Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Jules Keller 'may well be called the Human Enigma'. Unable to use his lower limbs, he has trained himself to use his hands as if they were feet. His strength and agility are astonishing. Miss Ella has been retained another week, and her exhibition of lion-taming 'is a vindication of female courage, and she has our best wishes for her personal safety, which appears to be menaced at each performance'.

Variety Show featuring Jules Keller – ‘the human enigma’

  • Opening Night: 02 March 1903
  • Performance: 07 March 1903
  • Genre: Variety

1. Jules Keller – ‘the human enigma’
2. Sam Kelly – comedian and dancer
3. Irez Clough – ballad vocalist
4. Animated Pictures
5. Charles Vincent – comedian
6. The Five Whiteleys – ‘Continental speciality artistes, acrobats, wire-walkers and musical pot-pourri’
7. The Sisters Gerett – double trapeze wonders
8. Mills and Beecher – refined comedy act – ‘The Last Rehearsal’
9. Zanfretta and Napio – ‘Continental grotesques and musical knife grinders’
10. The Sivronis – burlesque artistes in their Screaming Extravaganza entitled ‘Opera Gone Mad’
11. Alex McNulty – the marvellous boy soprano
12. Jack Hylton – eccentric comedian
13. Miss Ella – held over

  • Number of Acts: 13
  • 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 and Wire-Walking; Double Trapeze
  • Notes: -0