Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Added to the title Tivoli Theatre in the advertisement are now added the words 'and Hippodrome'. The cycle act of Gilwart and Briston is deemed to be funnier than pantomime. Cliffe Berzac and his ponies and the revolving table delight once more. W. J. Churchill gives a description of ladies bathing at Llandudno.

Variety Show featuring The Jack Theo Trio – head balancers

  • Opening Night: 15 June 1903
  • Performance: 20 June 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. The Amoros-Werner Troupe ‘in a Pantomime in One Act, including Pierre Amoros, the only juggler that accomplishes the feat of juggling with nine balls- introducing clever juggling and acrobatism and for a Finale the Total Wreckage of the Scene Plot’
2. The Three Brothers Huxter – acrobats, leapers and tumblers
3. Animated Pictures
4. The Sisters Ross – duettists (Lottie and Marie)
5. The Jack Theo Trio – sensational head balancers
6. Gilwart and Briston – cycle acrobats
7. W. J. Churchill – comedian – ‘Uncle Willie’
8. The Three Rickards – marvellous Continental acrobats
9. Bickrelle – ‘the Model Baker – the original eccentric comedy modeller’
10. The Sisters Maginel-Mullini – charming American cornet virtuosi
11. Geraldo – marvellous club juggler
12. Billy Hobbs – coon comedian and dancer
13. Mabel La Blanche – burlesque actress and vocalist
14. Chris Richards – Canadian comedian
15. Cliffe Berzac with his marvellous animal performance, including Ponies on the Revolving Table and the unrideable Donkey ‘Kruger’

  • Number of Acts: 15
  • 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: Acrobats, Leapers and Tumblers; Head Balancers; Cycle Acrobats; Acrobats
  • Notes: -0