‘Darkly comic and thought provoking’
‘I’m coming to see it again with my partner, he’ll love it!’


Welcome to ‘Father Used To Say’, by singer songwriter, actor and comedian Andrew ‘Skatz’ Scattergood.

It’s a play and a project all rolled into one. First let’s talk about the play.

Here’s the poster from 2013, just to whet you appetite. And possibly slightly scare you with those eyes.

FUTS A3 Poster copy med res

What’s it about??????

Click on ‘About’ on the left and you’ll see. Go on, there might be a prize at the end of it.

Oh, just before you do: Do please leave your stories on the website. We want to spread positive stories throughout the community. Share this site with your friends, bookmark it, copy and paste our address into networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc. Share the love. Thank you.

Andrew ‘Skatz’ Scattergood.

Hey look, it’s me, looking almost thoughtful, and surrounded by foliage.


The start of the project and the UK tour of the show were made possible by financial support from the Arts Council, for which we are very grateful. And here’s their logo to prove it. We have to show it, it’s one of the rules. Actually, now that the project is over, we don’t have to show it at all, but we’re going to do it anyway. Up the Arts Council, long may they survive and support deserving arts projects like ours. Hoorah! Now you can click on ‘About’.   Ta.

Grants logo

3 thoughts on “Home

  1. Hello Skatz, I run an Arts and Health organisation called Beauty and Utility Arts (www.beautyandutilityarts.com).

    We’d love to see if one of our projects could work with you!



  2. HI Skatz

    we did some workshops in a school last year and i think 2 of them would be great. Granby School and Marriot Primary school. We worked with year 6 students, i cant remember the names of the teachers without looking back, but they were really great to work with (particularly Granby, Aylestone Road)

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