Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Max Waldon appears as a femail impersonator. 'Even though his voice occasionally returns to its bass register, he is so well got up that it is difficult to realise he is a man'. He performs Swiss, French, Spanish and English dances, and finishes as the premi?re danseuse in ballet.

Variety Show featuring Louis Bouwmeester – violin virtuoso

  • Opening Night: 15 May 1905
  • Performance: 20 May 1905
  • Genre: Variety
  1. Overture – Musical Director: Jacques Bruske
  2. Chas. R. Whittle – versatile and original comedian
  3. Great Weiland – America’s foremost comedy juggler
  4. Morny Cash – the Lancashire Lad
  5. Louis Bouwmeester – violin virtuoso
  6. Max Waldon – impersonator in his typical character changes, song and dance
  7. Robbins – Champion of all trick cyclists
  8. Michael Nolan – characteristic Irish comedian
  9. Fred Ginnett’s ‘Rejected Remounts’
  10. Lillie Soutter – characteristic comedienne and dancer
  11. Dorothy L. Clarke – “a vocal surprise” in her latest successes “Daffodils”, “Kathleen”, “Sailing to War” and “The Coastguard”
  12. Minnie Hunt & Rhys Thomas – in a new and original musical duologue entitled “Her Birthday”
  13. Jim & Jam – musical eccentrics
  14. Animated Pictures
  • 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: Comedy Juggler; Trick Cyclists
  • Notes: -0