Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

"Bachelor's Dream" is very good. The lady has to make quick changes into five different characters, in all of which she 'shows herself to be an excellent actress', while Fred Edwards keeps the action going with witty interpretations.

Variety Show featuring Cordua and Maud – hand balancers on the double wire

  • Opening Night: 01 May 1905
  • Performance: 06 May 1905
  • Genre: Variety

Overture – Musical Director: Jacques Bruske

1. Beatrice Bonnie – comedienne
2. The Villions – troupe of incomparable acrobatic cyclists
3. J. T. MacMillan – Scottish comedian
4. Cordua & Maud – hand balancers on the double wire
5. Lottie Siegenberg – ‘Protean Artiste in her original quick-change vocal Sketch “The Lazy Slavey”‘
6. Mulvery & Miriam – original burlesque act “In the Studio”
7. Fanny Dent & Harry Dent – refined comedy Sketch “Mary and the Squire”
8. Mons. Stylo – original hoop manipulator
9. Bert Byrne – comedian
10. May Edouin & Fred Edwards present their Crisp Little Playette “A Bachelor’s Dream” – May Edouin plays 5 parts
11. Animated Pictures

  • 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: Acrobatic Cyclists; Hand Balancers on Double Wire; Hoop Manipulator
  • Notes: -0