Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Fred Ginette and his bob-tailed white horses earned round after round of applause for their farce 'Rejected Remounts'. Mdlle Florence's concluding feat was to descend a steep staircase, which required great skill and nerve. The Barowsky trio includes 'the merriest and cleverest little boy'. Arthur Albert in 'Daddy's on the Engine' is assisted by tiny tot in blue.

Variety Show featuring Mons. Saxo – ‘the Man of Many Instruments’

  • Opening Night: 17 August 1903
  • Performance: 22 August 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. Mons. Saxo – ‘the Man of Many Instruments’
2. Frank Stanley – character vocalist
3. Lee and Kingston – artistic comedy duo in their latest success ‘My Country Cousin’
4. Grell and Grey – ‘in their Screamingly Funny act entitled “On the Tennis Lawn”‘
5. The Sisters Morgan – duettists and dancers
6. Arthur Albert – actor-vocalist of ‘Daddy on the Engine’ fame
7. The Barowsky Trio – comedy acrobats
8. O’Neil and Torp – comedy acrobats and jugglers
9. Fred Ginette’s Laughable Sketch entitled ‘Rejected Remounts’, introducing four highly-trained Horses
10. Mdlle Florence – ‘Champion Globe Walker of the World in her sensational act. Mdlle Florence recently performed the extraordinary feat of travelling from Westminster to Brighton on her Globe’
11. Animated Pictures

  • 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: Comedy Acrobats; Comedy Acrobats and Jugglers; Globe Walker
  • Notes: -0