Kate Tempest

poet, spoken word artist and playwright

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English poet, spoken word artist and playwright

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Rapper, poet, playwright and now novelist, Kate Tempest always knew she would write The Bricks that Built the Houses as an accompaniment to the characters in her record Everybody Down.

Kate Tempest: The Bricks that Built the Houses

Rapper, poet, playwright and now novelist, Kate Tempest always knew she would write The Bricks that Built the Houses as an accompaniment to the characters in her record Everybody Down.

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