A week-long celebration of women is set to be held in Didcot using art, theatre, music, and crafts.

Didcot's Cornerstone Arts Centre is set to host the celebration from March 5 to 9.

The event will coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8.

The celebration will start with Oxford artist Usha dapur Kar's first solo exhibition, titled ‘Ferocious Grace’.

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Through 30 paintings, Ms Kar will expose the experiences of institutional racism that women of colour have encountered in their workplaces.

Her exhibition will be free to the public and on display until April 27.

Audiences can also witness 'As SHE Likes It', a play inspired by #MeToo pioneer Patricia Douglas, on stage at Cornerstone on March 6 at 7.30pm.

It is a blend of live theatre, film footage, cabaret and drag; a contemporary Brechtian-style play that exposes the cultural legacy of sexism and exploitation in Hollywood.

On Saturday, March 9 at 2pm, 'Pop Divas Live!', a family friendly pop concert experience will take place for young music fans.

The festival will also incorporate crafting sessions where participants can decorate a superhero mask.

Councillor Maggie Filipova-Rivers, cabinet member for community wellbeing at South Oxfordshire District Council, which runs Cornerstone, said: "We’re excited to have a week of a variety of events to celebrate women of all walks of life.

"The mixture of art, theatre, music, and crafts means that there is something for everyone to enjoy."

For tickets or further information, visit the Cornerstone website or contact the box office at 01235 515144.