Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Fred Cary's make-up is extremely comical. His two songs 'In Silence' and 'Tiddy-fal-lay' earn cheers. Sable Fern's encore 'There can only be one Queen Bee in a hive' goes down well. De Marce's ponies, monkeys and dogs 'might have been taken direct out of the Royal Italian Circus, so cleverly have they been trained'.

Variety Show featuring The Musical Silvo and his ‘Silvochimes’

  • Opening Night: 18 June 1906
  • Performance: 23 June 1906
  • Genre: Variety

1. The Barrascope Pictures
2. Tiny Arnold – ‘the smallest star artiste in the World’
3. The Musical Silvo – ‘the World’s greatest soloist on the Musical Glasses and the wonderful novelty instrument the Silvochimes’
4. Max Waldon – original transformation act
5. F. De Marce with his equestrian novelties ‘Joko’ and ‘Koko’ – ‘the very acme and masterpiece of animal training’
6. Foreman and Fannan – ‘The Millionaires’ – Percy and Harold
7. The Sisters Cora – in their latest success ‘Sweethearts’
8. Mdlle Haydee’s Miniature Vaudeville Theatre, introducing ‘the Great Little Chung Ling Soo’
9. J. G. Grahame Jnr’s Company – in a new dramatic episode ‘The Downfall’
10. Sable Fern – in her latest success ‘Can’t You See I Want You To Be My Girl’
11. Fred Cary – comedian

  • 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