Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

The Six Brothers Luck were so popular that it was difficult to get everyone in who wanted to see them. Their turn was 'boisterously hilarious'. Powell's marionettes were very clever and amusing

Variety Show featuring Six Brothers Luck in ‘The Demon of the Cellar’

  • Opening Night: 12 November 1900
  • Performance: 17 November 1900
  • Genre: Variety

1. Six Brothers Luck – in their Screaming Pantomimical Absurdity – ‘The Demon of the Cellar’
2. Thomas Delaney – Baritone and Descriptive Vocalist
3. Charles Craston – Eccentric Character Comedian
4. Paul Powell’s Electric Miniature Theatre – the largest and most elaborate and best Marionettes in the World
5. Tom and Marie Motramo – Comedy Musical Act
6. Brothers Sylvester – Acrobats and Novel Staircase Performance
7. Lorimers Juvenile Art Quartette – Vocalists, expert Solos, speciality and all-round Dancers
8. D. W. Watman – the clever Cornet Soloist, Vocalist and most brilliant Post Horn player before the Public
9. Herr Paul Spadoni – retained from last week

  • Number of Acts: 9
  • 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 Staircase Performer; Juggler
  • Notes: -0