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It’s given them a chance to separate themselves from the things they had done previously with the Singing Kettle.“Because it’s our thing now we get to have the final say on the script, the gags, the jokes, the songs – so it’s really special.We do not pre-moderate or monitor readers’ comments appearing on our websites, but we do post-moderate in response to complaints we receive or otherwise when a potential problem comes to our attention.You can make a complaint by using the ‘report this post’ link .I've been writing scripts for ten years and I'm used to behaving like a seven year old onstage, but dealing with the business side of things as well now can be quite scary." Theatre for children in Scotland has shifted greatly over the last thirty years, before which it seemed like companies such as The Singing Kettle and later The Happy Gang were the only fun in town.
Before children of all ages could mutter so much as a 'Spout, handle, lid of metal', however, The Singing Kettle's final line-up of Kevin Mc Leod, Anya Scott-Rodgers and Gary Coupland announced the arrival of a brand new company called Funbox to keep the spirit of their former employers alive.
"It's hard work jumping around onstage when it's just the three of you, but it does keep you young, and I'd like to think that if Funbox does become a success, that eventually the cast will change so the company stays constantly refreshed.
The audience for The Singing Kettle has changed every few years as children have got older and younger children taken their place, and I'd like to think that we can do the same." Funbox will perform at Celtic Connections as part of the schools concerts at the Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow on January 15 2015 at 11am.
"The Singing Kettle is quite traditional," Mc Leod points out.
"Someone once described the company as panto without the boring bits, and that's what we're aiming to do with Funbox as well, but we're also keen to explore the social media side of things as well.