Banksy is using a fake Hollywood film set as a cover while he prepares a new pop-up exhibition, it has been claimed.
'Dismaland' - thought to be a twist on Disneyland - is said to include a fairy castle and massive sculptures on the site of a disused lido in Weston-super-Mare.
Suspicions were aroused when Holly Cushing - listed on the credits of a documentary about the renowned street artist and widely believed to be their agent - was seen at the site.
Signs around the area said filming for a crime thriller called Grey Fox was taking place, something now thought to be a cover for the exhibition.
Financial records also show that she set up a limited company called Dismaland Ltd with Simon Durban, who is thought to be Banksy's accountant, on May 1.
No official confirmation has been made by either the agent or North Somerset council.
A council spokesperson said: "As far as we're concerned there's a film being made at the Tropicana called Grey Fox."