A TALK on how to 'boss' getting that work/life balance is being held at Dirty Bones restaurant in the Westgate.

The 'Werk It' event is a result of Dirty Bones and Fit Fest Oxford joining forces to put on a panel talk about fitting in all things work, play, fitness, social media, self-care and 'side-hustles'.

A group of local female bosses will be ont he panel on Wednesday, May 29 for the event, including fitness and foodie influencer on social media Hannah Rose of Hannah Eats.

Another panelist will also be Tilly Rose who founded the Oxford student network That Oxford Girl, and is also the author of That Oxford Girl - a real student's guide to Oxford University.

Organisers have said: "With May being Mental Health Awareness Month there couldn’t be a better time to address the pressures and in-balances in our daily and digital-led lives.

"We hope you can join us to empower and celebrate like-minded women while enjoying epic cocktails in an unforgettable atmosphere."

The event will run from 6pm with panel discussions starting at 6.45pm, and will finish around 8pm.

Tickets are free and will be dished out on a first come, first served basis, and includes a welcome cocktail plus 25 per cent off food for anyone staying on to eat at Dirty Bones after the event.

Discussions will be led by co-founder of Fit Fest Oxford Lydiah Igweh.

Fit Fest is Oxfordshire's largest fitness and wellbeing festival that encourages people to get active with experimental fitness sessions, wellness and beauty opportunities, plus a host of activities.

It was launched last year in the city, and this year returns to take place at The Oxford Academy on June 15.

The packed day of activities includes more than 50 classes and workouts from some of the UK’s leading fitness brands and professionals, plus speakers, demonstrations and competitions.

Details at fitfestoxford.com