The bill includes ‘Silent Devonport’. Around this time the name Davenport was sometimes incorrectly spelt. Whether this was Lewis Davenport’s wish, or whether it was printer errors, is not clear. At this time most of Lewis’s performing experience had been gained at Working Mens’ Clubs, as was common at the time. Lewis probably saw his inclusion on this music hall bill as a step in the right direction, despite the Sebright being anything but a classy venue. History does not tell what Lewis thought of The Lady Wrestlers on the bill. The Management’s comment ” A Gold Centre Medal to any woman (or man not over 9st. 6lbs.) who makes the best show against Miss Mathias during the week” is not encouraging.