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Award-winning poet and hip-hop artist Kate Tempest’s electrifying debut novel, The Bricks That Built the Houses, portrays the beating heart of London in a multi-generational tale of drugs, desire, and belonging. Tempest won the Ted Hughes Award for Poetry in 2013 for her poem Brand New Ancients which was conceived as a performance piece. Her album Everybody Down was a 2014 Mercury Prize finalist, with each track corresponding to a chapter in The Bricks That Built the Houses.

Award-winning poet and hip-hop artist Kate Tempest’s electrifying debut novel, The Bricks That Built the Houses, portrays the beating heart of London in a multi-generational tale of drugs, desire, and belonging. Tempest won the Ted Hughes Award for Poetry in 2013 for her poem Brand New Ancients which was conceived as a performance piece. Her album Everybody Down was a 2014 Mercury Prize finalist, with each track corresponding to a chapter in The Bricks That Built the Houses.

Award-winning poet and hip-hop artist Kate Tempest’s electrifying debut novel, The Bricks That Built the Houses, portrays the beating heart of London in a multi-generational tale of drugs, desire, and belonging. Tempest won the Ted Hughes Award for Poetry in 2013 for her poem Brand New Ancients which was conceived as a performance piece. Her album Everybody Down was a 2014 Mercury Prize finalist, with each track corresponding to a chapter in The Bricks That Built the Houses.

WHEN

WHERE

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dma.org/programs/event/kate-tempest-musical-poet-prophet

TICKET INFO

$15-$20
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