Thought-provoking discussions and practical workshops are just some of the activities lined up for an annual feminist festival.
LaDIYfest will return to Sheffield for a fourth year on Saturday, November 29, bringing with it a whole day and evening of entertainment.
Between 11am and 5.30pm the festival will feature a mixture of fun and serious workshops at the Quaker Meeting House on St James’ Street.
They will include the teaching of practical skills alongside discussions on topics such as challenging sexism in the workplace.
In the evening festival goers can enjoy live music from bands and a DJ.
The event will raise money for Sheffield organisation Women in Construction, Arts and Technology.