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Children turned the key to open the Fun Box as the eponymous ‘rock stars’ raucous show lifted the roof at Victoria Hall.
Fun Box players, Anya, Gary and Kevin warmed the audience up with some loose cover numbers and made their introductions.
Anya said Campbeltown’s Factory Shop was an amazing store for creating special outfits, at crazy low prices, but it is unlikely Gary’s punk rocker plastic mohican haircut is available off the shelf.
Frontman Kevin said he had played in some of Scotland’s hardest venues for raising a laugh including Prestonpans Miners’ Welfare Club, ‘That’s a tough place,’ he added.
The team travelled from Dunoon to play three days of back to back shows and experienced a variety of accommodation, the best of which, they agreed was Tarbert’s Starfish.
Many mums bought Funbox merchandise from the pop-up stall. 25_c36funbox05
Siena McMillan, 5, had the key for the Fun Box. Siena was taken to the show by her granny Eila Durnin. 25_c36funbox03
Kian Green, 1, and mum Kelsey Brown bought Fun Box toy ‘Fluffy.’ 25_c36funbox04
Fun Box’s Anya produced some amazing tunes from a quite flat looking trumpet. 25_c36funbox02
Punk rocker Gary. 25_c36funbox12
Fun Box frontman Kevin has the key. 25_c36funbox11