An arts centre is reopening this month with a “marvellous” line-up after it temporarily closed for maintenance works.

The Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot is welcoming audiences back with its new events from March 21. The new shows range from fun family shows to 80’s medleys and gripping theatre.

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Councillor Maggie Filipova-Rivers, Cabinet member for community wellbeing at South Oxfordshire District Council, which runs Cornerstone Arts Centre, said: “We have some really exciting shows on this month to entertain everyone in our community. Experiencing art and culture is fantastic for inspiring a sense of fun and boosting our wellbeing. A warm welcome awaits as we re-open our doors.”  

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The new shows include ‘MARVELus: All The MARVEL Movies… Kind Of’ which packs a comedy punch for audiences aged 12 and up who are huge fans of the superhero franchise and ‘Total 80’s’ a show with a party atmosphere designed for 80’s music lovers.

The theatre will also showcase the family show ‘I Spy With My Little Eye’ on Sunday March 27 and a fresh adaptation of ‘Frankenstein’ also expected to wow audiences on march 28 and 29.

The Nourish Café and bar will also be re-opening at Cornerstone Arts Centre along with its gallery. Visitors can find inspiration in the exhibition ‘Anticipating Spring: The Art of Oriental Aesthetic’ which is on display until April.

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