The hiatus in school attendance seems a perfect opportunity to reflect on the education system and A Howl in Makhanda does just that. Race, class and privilege are interrogated through the experiences of two pupils at a boarding school. The work is a catalyst for necessary conversations and has sparked fierce debate at previous stagings. Less debatable but as emotional, the reunion of two close friends in Jigsaw occurs across continents in an innovative two-dimensional storytelling encounter in which audience members participate. If it’s musical innovation that you are in search of, allow Chris Jeffery to guide you through a musical adventure as he teaches you to create music without musical instruments. Ordinary household objects, a mobile phone and a few apps are all that are required for you to create endless musical possibilities. While you are still reeling from those discoveries, Dylan Valley will share the challenges and possibilities of working in virtual reality and a 360-video format. His stereo documentary, Azibuye – the Occupation, created with this technology is available for viewing.