The Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival is the prestigious annual festival which celebrates Indian Culture through Indian Classical/Folk Music and Dance in the Midlands, held in honour of the great South Indian Saint & Composer Thyagaraja. The festival, in its 8th year will honour inspiring women for 2022 in lieu of International Women’s day, for their passion, commitment and outstanding contribution to society.
Birmingham Civil Justice Centre
Chief WASUP Community Engagement Ambassador
Head of the Solihull Chamber of Commerce,
Chairman Of The Board at Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care System and Pro-Chancellor of Aston University
Creative entrepreneur, artistic director, choreographer, dancer, author,
Cllr Kate Wild