Award-winning artist Kae Tempest hosts a night of poetry that includes their epic new story Let Them Eat Chaos and performances from three of their friends, recorded live at the Rivoli Ballroom.
Award-winning artist Kae Tempest hosts a night of poetry that includes their epic new story Let Them Eat Chaos and performances from three of their friends, recorded live at the Rivoli Ballroom in south London.
Fusing hip-hop, poetry and theatre, Let Them Eat Chaos is set in the early hours of one morning and traces the lives of seven people living on a south London street, who all find themselves awake at 4.18am. Kae will be joined by performance poets Deanna Rodger, David J Pugilist and Isaiah Hull, who will offer their own reflections on life in contemporary Britain.
Produced by Battersea Arts Centre, this is the first episode of an ambitious new series, Performance Live. Over the next two years, Performance Live will bring some of the most innovative live theatre, dance, comedy and spoken word to BBC television, in a collaboration between BBC Arts, Arts Council England and Battersea Arts Centre.
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|Executive Producer||Emma Cahusac|
|Executive Producer||David Jubb|
|Production Company||Battersea Arts Centre|