Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Cee Mee still has courage and cunning, and performs athletic feats which no other music hall artiste, even younger than him, can excel for neatness and dexterity. He is now accompanied by his son and two daughters. Harry Edison's dog performs some remarkable tricks, and George Chanti delights with his national dances with original scenic effects.

Variety Show featuring Harry Edson and his Wonderful Dog ‘Doc’

  • Opening Night: 15 September 1902
  • Performance: 20 September 1902
  • Genre: Variety

1. Cee Mee – the celebrated gymnast, assisted by his son and two daughters – the brilliant aerial songsters and their exciting Flights and Dives in Mid-Air
2. Carrie Joy – descriptive and burlesque comedienne
3. The Katos – Living Marionettes
4. The Cleveland Comedy Team – two ladies and three gentlemen – pantomimists, acrobats and dancers
5. G. Chanti – the Danish Transformation Dancer
6. The Selbini Troupe – acrobatic cyclists and musical head balancers
7. Frank Coyne – the originator of ‘The Horse the Missus Dries the Clothes On’, ‘You’ve Got a Long Way to Go’ and ‘The Tiddley at the Fountain’
8. Leola – lady juggler
9. Harry Edson and his Wonderful Dog ‘Doc’ – ‘the Dog with the Human Brain and Gold Teeth’
10. Animated Pictures
11. James Dubois – the greatest animal impressionist in the World
12. Harriett Fawn – comedienne
13. Krasuck’s Monkeys

  • 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: Gymnast and Aerial Songsters; Acrobats; Acrobatic Cyclists and Musical Head Balancers; Juggler
  • Notes: -0