Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Launceston Elliott is a notable athlete. He was part of the British team at the Olympic Games in Athens. G. H. Elliott is at the start of a career that the reviewer thinks 'is likely to rival that of Eugene Stratton - a better coon singer and dancer has never been seen'. Lottie Lennox bewails the love of free education, predicting that girls and boys will all become clerks and type-writers - there will be no servants. Expressions of sympathy were heard from the gallery when she urged that children should have a 'jolly good feed' instead of so much free education.

Variety Show featuring Miss Lottie Lennox

  • Opening Night: 22 June 1903
  • Performance: 27 June 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. Pollo Jerome – marvellous graceful gymnast
2. Oliver Conroy – comedian
3. The Great Original Olmars – marvellous acrobats and tumblers
4. Jas. Brady – the eccentric vocal joker – ‘a funny singer of funny songs
5. Launce Elliott – in feats of strength
6. Miss Lottie Lennox – the popular star
7. Kelly and Gillette – ‘in their original Billiard Table act’
8. Carlotta Levy – in her latest successes, including ‘British Boys’ and ‘May, May, May’
9. The Arlequins – ‘parterre gymnastic act’
10. G. H. Elliott – ‘the original Chocolate Coloured Coon in his latest American songs and dances’
11. The Ramlos – ‘the greatest comedy triple bar act in the World’

  • 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: Gymnast; Acrobats and Tumblers; Feats and Strength; Gymnastic Act; Triple Bar Act
  • Notes: -0