Welcome to Madras Café Unlocked
In response to WOMAD Festival being cancelled this year,
Madras Cafe and Action Village India created its own FREE re-imagined event: Madras Café Unlocked!
An online gathering of food, festivities, music, solidarity and humanity
in support of rural communities in India.
Accessing the events:
Although the event is now over, you can access all the activities by going to the different stages (either via the menu or the festival map below).
Wednesday 23rd Sep, 12:30 pm: Engaging young women and men towards a gender just society' Panel Discussion
Thursday 24th September, 18:00: Food Justice - a grassroots perspective from the West Midlands, UK
Saturday 26th September, all day: The Meal - a virtual, distanced international meal to support Jai Jagat’s vision of global and local Justice and Peace.
What a wonderful weekend of partnership, solidarity and humanity! It was incredible! Thank you to all the wonderful people who have been involved in making this first online festival possible...
You know who you are but below is a non-exhaustive list of some of the wonderful people who made it all happen:
Cerys Matthews, Kanwal Ahluwalia, Vikram Nayak, Meera Patel, Roopa Pansar, Shabaz, Rajagopal and Jill and their technical team from Ekta Parishad, Dilip Banerjee, Satish Girija, Ramesh Sharma, Anindita Majumdar, Anand Abhinav, Darbar, Giuliano Modarelli, Gurdain Rayatt, Guy Singh-Watson, Anya Nanning Ramamurthy, ChangeKitchen CIC, Riverford, Kathy Siddle, Rolf Killius, Ivan Nutbrown, Tara Douglas, Nitin Sonawane, Ansuman Biswas, Monique Truong, Sarathy Korwar,Hussain, Kaviraj Singh, Peter Gabriel, Sumanhala Damodaran, Janmejay Singh, Kishore Shah, Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination, Blue Granits, Idit Nathan and Helen Stratford, Dr Reji Thomas, Subini Nair Dr. S.Gopakumar and Dr.Saji George, Pinkie Agrawal, Matt Sowerby, Patrick Evans, Millie Gould, Merri Dodds, Rajan Naidu, JaiJagat UK, and all our amazing volunteers, staff, interns and trustees.