Lyndsay Price is a spoken word artist, educator and blogger.
Lyndsay writes to make sense of her experiences as a woman; she shares it because she believes that stories can unite us together. She writes mainly about: friendship, sisterhood, sexuality, self-improvement, nature, 90’s movies, and vulnerability.
Lyndsay is the creator of Find Your Voice: a 10 week course exploring spoken word poetry and social change, which she runs throughout the year. She is the host of Rhymes & Records; a monthly spoken word night in Liverpool and mentors others: offering one to one coaching for emerging creatives. Lyndsay is a drama school graduate, previous creative resident at mac Birmingham and National Youth Theatre of GB alumni.
Notable performances have been at: Liverpool Pride, Sound City, Threshold Festival, Platform Festival, The Last Word (Support act for Debris Stevenson), Light Night, Alternative Fashion Fest, The Great Northern Slam, The Axis Slam (Guest Judge), Spoken Weird and the SAN Conference. Her work has been published in What’s Your Pride Story (Writing on the Wall), Womanly Words (Shakti Women) and Liverpool Luna Collective (Blog post.)
“Communities of poets can’t help but form around her like moons around Venus or planets around a star. She shines a light of creativity, awakening and inspiring many to get into poetry as reader, audience, writer and/or performer.” – Paul Pyke, poet.
“A true poet and spoken word performer, if the heart were an instrument, Lyndsay would know just how to play its strings.” – Matty Delboy Delaney, poet.