Kate Tempest

O2 Academy Brixton, London.

Kate Tempest

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No under 8s in the standing area, 8 - 14s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
STANDING £26.43 (£22.50) Transaction fee applicable *
BALCONY £26.43 (£22.50) Transaction fee applicable *
CD ALBUM - LET THEM EAT CHAOS £12.00 (£12.00)
Price includes P&P. Your album will be shipped separately to your ticket order after the release date of Friday 7h October 2016. Any issues regarding your album should be directed to StoreSupport@umusic.com

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Price includes a £1 venue facility fee

General O2 Academy Brixton Information:

Letters of Authorisation are NOT accepted when collecting tickets.
The card holder must be present and show the card as proof of purchase.

For events with no age limit, under 14's must be accompanied by an adult and
seated in the circle.

Under 21's require I.D. to purchase alcohol.

Please note that if you have selected unreserved circle you will either have
to sit in the circle or stand at the back of this area.

Prices include a Venue Facilitiy Fee of ú1.25 Kate Tempest started out when she was 16, and over ten years later she is a published playwright, novelist, poet and respected recording artist. Her work includes Balance, her first album with band Sound of Rum; Everything Speaks in its Own Way her first collection of poems, the critically acclaimed plays Wasted, Glasshouse and Hopelessly Devoted. Brand New Ancients, her self-performed epic poem to a live score, won the Ted Hughes prize 2013 and the Herald Angel at Edinburgh Fringe. Her second collection of poetry, Hold Your Own was published by Picador on the back of being selected as a Next Generation Poet by the Poetry Society. In 2014, the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize nominated album ?Everybody Down' was released and has achieved widespread critical acclaim.

Her debut novel, The Bricks That Built The Houses, sold in a highly competitive auction to Bloomsbury was released in 2016. The award-winning poet and rapper's electrifying debut novel takes us into the beating heart of the capital in this multi-generational tale of drugs, desire and belonging, becoming a Sunday Times Bestseller along the way.