Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Belle Davis' Pick-Chick coons demonstrate the excellent ability of children on the stage. Nell Emerald got an enthusiastic reception, especially for her spooning song.

Variety Show featuring Belle Davis and her Pick-Chick Actors

  • Opening Night: 25 February 1907
  • Performance: 03 March 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Frank Gee – burlesque comedian
2. N. Richardson – vocalist and comedienne
3. Harry Russon – versatile comedian
4. Sable Fern – ‘an English Singer of English Songs’
5. Nell Emerald – the Pantomime favourite
6. Amurat – musical athlete
7. Weldon and Wynne – comedy speciality
8. Harwood’s Juveniles – in their novel scena ‘A Children’s Christmas Eve’
9. The Three Demons – ‘the World’s most daring cyclists racing on the Devil’s Table, suspended in mid-air. Challenge – ’50 will be paid to any person who can ride a bicycle, walk or run on the Revolving Table for 2 minutes’
10. Charlie Williams – ‘Negroistic Comedian and Big Boot Dancer’
11. Carr and Rose – humorous singing duo
12. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘The Policeman and the Dog’
13. Belle Davis and her Pick-Chick Actors

  • Number of Acts: 13
  • 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: Cyclists
  • Notes: There was a new Programme format from 25/2/1907, including photographs of the exterior and the interior of the Theatre, and a plan of Reserved Seats, which could now be booked individually. Performances were at 6.50 and 9.00, with a Matinee on Thursdays at 2.30.