Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

There were three strong items according to the reviewer. Caicedo's wire-walking 'has improved with each visit, and is possibly without rival'. Cee-Mee is an intrepid and veteran trapezist, and with his beautiful daughters is as popular as ever. The four Mac-Govern's act is 'too short'. 'Mr. Owen is offering an extremely strong bill this week'.

Variety Show featuring Cee Mee and Family – trapeze artistes

  • Opening Night: 29 June 1903
  • Performance: 04 July 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. Harry Alaska’s novelty comedy act, introducing juggling, acrobatics and comedy tumbling
2. The Brothers Lupino – speciality artistes
3. The Four Mac-Governs – lady vocalists and acrobatic dancers
4. Leo Dryden – in his latest successes, including ‘Friends of the Past’, ‘Jack is a Jolly Good Fellow’ and ‘Napoleon and His Son’s Portrait’
5. The Maakwoods – in their Acrobatic Pantomime – ‘Fun in a Studio’
6. The Only Caicedo – ‘King of the Wire’
7. Little Barney – comedian
8. Downes and Langford – eccentric comedians and dancers
9. Cee Mee and Family – flying trapeze artistes
10. Joe Archer – ‘the funny comedian in funny songs and stories’

  • Number of Acts: 10
  • 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: Juggling, Acrobatics and Comedy Tumbling; Acrobatic Dancers; 'King of the Wire'; Trapeze Artistes
  • Notes: -0