Mass participation - It's all the rage nowadays. If you can't get involved with a project, an event, an exhibition or a happening it almost doesn't seem worth it. Collaborate, or hit the road, Jack. Going to the movies used to be a passive activity, but in the spirit of the mass movement age even this has been subject to change.
Future Cinema is Secret Cinema without the element of surprise. This time around, the film for your viewing pleasure is Alan Parker's blissfully entertaining Bugsy Malone; the story of the prohibition-era gangster, played out as a musical by a cast of child actors.
And what fun it is! Everything is pre-teen friendly, from the burlesque-lite shows led by a young Jodie Foster, machine guns that shoot mashed potato, and children made up with fake moustaches, three-piece pinstripe suits and all the chic of the glamour age.
And you're invited, nay required, to join in. Unpack the pomade, spit-shine your winklepickers and buy a corsage for your favourite dame. It'll be a good ol' fashioned jolly, old sports.
Bugsy Malone plays as part of Future Cinema at The Troxy until 29 April.