Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

It was an excellent idea to add the spectacular sketch of Cinderella to the normal variety performance. Pretty girls, smart comedians and bright and tasteful costumes. Miss Emma Milsted's Cinderella was 'as good as any'; and Miss Gracie Graham made a fine Prince. Marie Robbins was an irresistible Dandini. Much fun was provided by the Five Foys.

Variety Show featuring Cinderella – Burlesque sketch by W. Harrington

  • Opening Night: 25 March 1901
  • Performance: 30 March 1901
  • Genre: Variety

1. The charming Burlesque Sketch ‘Cinderella’, written expressly for the Tivoli Theatre by W. Harrington – the magnificent dresses selected and arranged under the personal supervision of Mrs. Thomas Barrington – 30 Pretty Girls, the pick of the London theatres – all original songs, music and co. written expressly for the Tivoli – including the Five Foys in the Screaming Act ?’Come Off the Lawn’- also including Miss G. Grahame (burlesque artiste); Mr. Tom Hearn (comic juggler); Miss E. Misted (comedienne and dancer); Mr. Joe Mac (eccentric comedian)
2. Miss Louie Guildford – comedienne
3. The Sisters Geretti – double trapeze wonders
4. Griffin and Dubois – the greatest and funniest of all acrobatic grotesques – from the London Hippodrome

  • Number of Acts: 4
  • 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: Trapeze; Acrobats
  • Notes: -0