Madame Gandhi

35-47 Bethnal Green Road
E1 6LA


Having gained recognition as the former drummer for M.I.A. and as the iconic free-bleeding runner combating menstrual stigma at the 2015 London Marathon, Madame Gandhi, an LA-based electronic music artist and activist, now uses her drums and vocals to elevate and celebrate the female voice.
She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics, political science and women’s studies from Georgetown University.
Madame Gandhi’s topical hit The Future Is Female peaked at #8 on the United States Viral 50 chart on Spotify following the Women's March. It also appeared on the Viral Chart in Australia and Canada.

Part of Serious Space

The Future is Female – discussion and workshop ft. Madame Gandhi, Bellatrix, Girls Rock London, 

We are excited to announce that we will be holding an intimate discussion and workshop focused on a central message ‘the future is female’ and the perception of women in the music industry. This inspiring event will be held from 4.00pm – 6.00pm in the Main Space at Rich Mix prior to the incredible Madame Gandhi’s London premier on Thursday 18 May.

The event will feature Madame Gandhi, Bellatrix, and Girls Rock London (GRL!), a music project for girls and women in London, and festival producers Serious. 

Bellatrix is a musical explorer and songwriter from the west country. Primarily a bass player and vocalist, she is also a multiple UK and World champion beatboxer. Unlike most beatboxers, Bellatrix has a degree in jazz double bass from the Guildhall School of Music. Her broad palette of influences from hip-hop to jazz, folk, and the down right weird is apparent across her music and character. 

This event is free and exclusively for ticket holders of Madame Gandhi's evening perfomance. Places are limited and on a first come, first served basis, and prior registration is required, so book your place before they all run out!

To confirm your place please email and include proof of ticket purchase (ie booking confirmation email)
Please note this event and gig is only open to those aged 16+

Serious gratefully acknowledges support from PRS for Music Foundation