Occupying a space between slam poetry and rap, she has twice been nominated for the Mercury Prize, as well as winning multiple literary prizes for … ... Wendy Mac’s Instagram classes teach kids how to draw during quarantine Arts. 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.
Eric D. Johnson, Josh Kaufman, & Anais Mitchell In 2013 she won the Ted Hughes Award for her work Brand New Ancients. Newsletter Facebook Instagram Twitter Spotify YouTube. Kate Tempest United Kingdom. This profile belongs to Kate Tempest with user name katetempest. On any given day, you may see Kate Tempest working as a poet. Kate Tempest is a pseudonym of Kate Esther Calvert who grew up and remains in South-East London, UK. Kate Tempest is a pseudonym of Kate Esther Calvert who grew up and remains in South-East London, UK. All photos, stories, videos posted by Kate Tempest can be discovered from here.
South London’s sharpest bard and truly an all-conquering polymath for our times – poet, spoken-word performer, playwright and novelist. Kate Tempest is following 37 and followed by 59906 users on Instagram. Born and bred in south east London, poet, rapper, novelist and playwright Kate Tempest is one of the UK’s most innovative and celebrated artists. Bonny Light Horseman Feat. You can see all media on Instagram related with Kate Tempest from here. Or maybe a playwright. Or a spoken-word artist with hip-hop connections.
Kate Esther Tempest (born 22 December 1985) is an English poet, spoken word artist and playwright. Her work includes 'Balance', her first album with her band Sound of Rum, 'Everything Speaks in its Own Way', her firs… Kate Tempest is a critically acclaimed UK playwright, novelist, lyricist, and rapper.
She started out as a rapper, toured the spoken word circuit for a number of years, and now works as a poet and playwright too. Kate Tempest shared 317 media since joining Instagram. She started out as a rapper, toured the spoken word circuit for a number of years, and now works as a poet and playwright too. She talks to Kathryn Ryan about the power of the spoken word with a simple beat running through it, and how, by paying close attention to what she experiences and witnesses her lyrics can seem prescient.
Kate Tempest: The Bricks that Built the Houses. Lyrics to 'People's Faces' by Kate Tempest.