Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

The Six Brothers Luck are always popular at the Hippodrome, and their screamingly comical farce is received with laughter and applause. Marguerite Broadfoote, last year's Principal Boy at the Prince of Wales sings a take-off of the coon song, and the Rum-Tum ditty. The Goldini troupw give an extraordinary exhibition of hat, carpet and plate-spinning. Rex Fox walks on the wire without the aid of either a balancing pole or an umbrella. Nelly Vonare 'all but turns herself inside out'.

Variety Show featuring The Musical Silvo – ‘Inventor of the Silvo Chimes and Bamboo Bells’

  • Opening Night: 06 June 1904
  • Performance: 11 June 1904
  • Genre: Variety

1. Fred Curran – ‘the Peculiar Fellow’
2. The Goldini Trio – novelty and acrobatic carpet spinners
3. Rex Fox – unique and daring stage wire act
4. Nelly Vonare – renowned and graceful contortionist
5. Marguerite Broadfoote – charming comedienne and vocalist
6. Bob Hutt – eccentric comedian
7. The Musical Silvo – ‘Inventor of the Silvo Chimes and Bamboo Bells’
8. La and Do – Parisian Street Singers
9. Morny Cash – comedian
10. Hetty King – burlesque actress and mimic
11. The Six Brothers Luck – in their original Pantomime ‘The Hotel Grande’
12. Animated Pictures

  • Number of Acts: 12
  • 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 Carpet Spinners; Wire Act; Contortionist;
  • Notes: -0