Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Bob Hutt makes his first visit to the Hippodrome, though he has appeared elsewhere in Birmingham. His act is hailed with roars of laughter. The Katos with their miniature stage and midgets are always well received. The Silver Tone Quartette are four harmonious niggers who sing well and give a good show of cake-walking. The new act is Ted E. Box - a comedian who sings and does 'some clever whistling impersonations'. In his first song he is dressed as a policeman, and sings 'I've got it all down in my book', which is extremely funny.

Variety Show featuring The Silver Tone Quartette – harmonious vocalists and Cake-Walk dancers

  • Opening Night: 28 January 1907
  • Performance: 02 February 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Ray Maskell – comedian and expert dancer
3. The Katos – ‘Komical Midgets in their Automatic Theatre’
4. Cosgrave and Burns – comedy duettists
5. Bob Hutt and Company – in a Musical Production ‘Welcome Home’
6. Leah Adell – vocalist in ‘Memories’
7. The Sisters Lytton – vocalists
8. Ted E. Box – ‘Quaint Comedian’
9. The Silver Tone Quartette – harmonious vocalists and Cake-Walk dancers
10. Mr. Charles Diamond and Miss Beatrice – ‘unquestionably the truest manipulator on the Soprano Saxophone’
11. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘The Village Witch’

  • Number of Acts: 11
  • Number of Performances: 13
  • Performance Times: Monday to Saturday at 18:00 and 21:00 with a matinee performance on Thursday at 14:30
  • Circus: -0
  • Notes: -0