Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Crowded houses again this week, with a comment on Mr. Harry Weston's ability to 'attract, amuse and dismiss a couple of large audiences every evening'. Top of the bill were the Sultan's Private Ladies Band - eight young ladies playing mandolins and brass wind instruments.

Variety Show featuring H.S.H. The Sultan’s Private Ladies’ Band

  • Opening Night: 03 June 1901
  • Performance: 08 June 1901
  • Genre: Variety
  1. Overture – Musical Director: J. D. Rogers
  2. H.S.H. The Sultan’s Private Ladies’ Band – The Greatest Novelty of The Century – First Appearance in Europe, Direct from Constantinople
  3. Rose Tilley – Comedienne
  4. Tom Stuart – The Finest Mimic Extant and the Acme of Versatility
  5. Bessie Lee
  6. The Royal Dagmars – Incomparable Lightning Tumblers, Acrobats, Equilibrists and Intrepid Feet Balancers
  7. D’Osta Trio – The Clever and Intrepid Flying Ring Gymnasts
  8. Lily Flexmore – Comedienne and Leg-mania Danseuse
  9. H. Drew – Well Known Welsh Basso, direct from the Palace Theatre, London
  10. Flo Elvin – Comedienne
  11. Seven Genis – Troupe of Tumblers and Acrobats
  • 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: Tumblers, Acrobats, Equilibrists and Intrepid Feet Balancers; Intrepid Flying Ring Gymnasts; Tumblers and Acrobats
  • Notes: -0