The Centre for the Less Good Idea has continued to merge performance, installation and free-flowing physical experimentation, filmed the experience and shared them with a global audience throughout the lockdown. They present Season 7 co-curated by Phala Ookeditse Phala and William Kentridge which includes an introduction to the hybrid analogue and digital technologies of the Pepper’s Ghost which plays with illusion through live performance and projected recordings. A world occupied by a mystery creature from the mind of Franz Kafka and an avant-garde verse drama by a Soviet playwright is explored further in a live webinar IN CONVERSATION with Kentridge, Mahlangu and Phala. Unlikely characters are the order of the day as Bru and Boegie, bald beings with pointy toes, making the most of their time in this full length 2D animated movie Bru & Boegie: The Movie. As with Kentridge’s work, the appearance of a cat is the only certainty. A PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption protocol is presented by PGPoetry (Pretty Good Poetry) as they explore the political potential of poetry. And if all that alliteration has your mind humming, allow Jill Richards & Waldo Alexander to soothe it with three sonatas to celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday.