Book to see a movie without knowing what or where - that's Hidden Cinema.
Albury's third edition of the family-friendly interactive film and theatre experience takes place over the next two weekends.
The event runs about three and a half hours with a PG rated fantastical adventure, but that's all the clues so far.
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Council cultural development co-ordinator Narelle Vogel said 20 Border performers from primary school age to seniors would recreate a world inspired by the film.
"It really gets people to kind of play around with what the film might be if it was all real life," she said.
"They take a leap of faith and go on a little adventure with us.
"Once they've booked their ticket, then we slowly start to filter to them a little story behind what the experience might be."
Ms Vogel said Hidden Cinema had doubled its audience in its first two years, which were great learning experiences.
"This one we're really starting to refine exactly how we do it and really understanding how the audience interacts with this idea of an immersive theatre experience," she said.
Hidden Cinema performances will be Friday, October 25, 6pm; Saturday, October 26, 11am and 6pm; Sunday, October 27, 11am; Friday, November 1, 6pm; Saturday, November 2, 11am and 6pm; Sunday, November 3, 4pm.
For more information and bookings, go to the Albury Council website.