Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

The Sultan of Ranogoo' is a variation of 'The Lady Slavey' and 'Moroccan Bound'. It is written by Mr. Walter Summers of Liverpool. The scenery is good, the costumes are vivid, and the music is original and delightful. The Principal boy and girl are played by Olive Marston, and of several comedians, Mr. E.W. Avery as Bodger the Bailiff, is the best. Mr. J.B. Fox sings well and acts naturally as the lover. Miss Mary Hargreaves, Miss Mary Hay and Miss Florence Marston are a very attractive trio.

Variety Show featuring The Sultan of Ranogoo

  • Opening Night: 16 November 1903
  • Performance: 21 November 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. J. H. Hawtrey – actor / vocalist
2. Mdlle de Rose – The Lady Foli’
3. Harry Edson – ‘and his human-brained canine friend “Doc”‘
4. Perci Henri – ‘the World’s greatest contortionist’
5. Animated Pictures
6. ‘The Sultan of Ranogoo’ – a Cast of 20 and the Mimose Troupe of Lady Dancers and the Mona Trio of Lady Dancers – 3 scenes

  • Number of Acts: 6
  • 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: Contortionist
  • Notes: -0