AFTER seven years of putting smiles on the faces of adults and children alike, family entertainment favourites Funbox have announced their final show at The Brunton in Musselburgh next month as they embark on their last ever string of dates.

Much-loved trio Kevin Macleod, Anya Scott-Rodgers and Bonzo the Dog have delighted thousands of children and their families since they first took to the stage in 2015.

Formerly of The Singing Kettle, Kevin, Anya and former musical partner Gary Coupland created Funbox when the iconic children’s entertainment act ended in 2015.

Balancing traditional singalong songs and brand new compositions with a distinctly Scottish flavour, Funbox developed their own unique brand of modern manic humour and organised chaos.

At the heart of every show is the magical but mysterious Funbox, which contains everything audiences need to sing a song or have an adventure.

Now Anya and Kevin will take the Funbox for a final whirl before hanging up the keys.

Musselburgh audiences will be treated to How to Be a Superhero on Saturday, September 3.

East Lothian Courier: Funbox

Anya said: “Funbox has been an incredible part of our lives and visiting Musselburgh was always a highlight. All good things must come to an end and we’re planning to go out on a high.

“We can’t wait to perform at The Brunton one final time and say a fond farewell to our loyal audience.”

Kevin added: “Seven years have come and gone in the blink of an eye and we still can’t believe how lucky we’ve been to call this our job.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming audiences to The Brunton to sing with us for one last big Funbox hoolie.”

Go to for tickets.