A flock of 'birds' gave a preview of just one of the shows we might expect along Wallendoon Street on Friday and Saturday when Secret World comes to town.
The street will be transformed with digital projections, music, dance, games and experiences and fabulous costumes.
An early starter, Emma Sheilds, learned (computer) code and all sorts of creative things over two years.
Emma's mother Paula went to a coding course and learned about a 'kids' program' just starting at The Arts Centre, which is how she got into it.
In the school sessions she has done a lot of work with circuits and puppets, and in this show she's done construction of puppets, choreography and "lots of art stuff".
Both at school and at TACC the instruction came from Matriark Theatre and Coder Academy, and has inspired Emma, who turns 13 in December, to do some circuits at home and some scratch work on her iPad.
"I've been loving it, I've learnt so much," she said.