About Lyndsay

Lyndsay Price is a Liverpool based spoken word artist with an interest in how art can be used as a tool to ignite social change. She writes mainly about: friendship, femininity, sisterhood, sexuality, fake news and 90’s movies. Brutally honest and almost aggressively vulnerable at times. Lyndsay’s work often takes on a philosophical nature, nearly always underpinned with an ounce of hope. She is inspired by the things that make us human, and spends her days attempting to name the feelings that often leave us speechless. 

Most recently, Lyndsay has acted as Lead Artist for I Know, I Wish, I Will; a nationwide project that has secondary school children competing in a London slam, a Lead Artist for Beatfreeks, creating commissioned poetry for Birmingham Bullring and Cruise Liverpool where she was commissioned to write poetry for three major cruise ships that came into the city. She has previously worked for/with: Liverpool City Council, Impacts 18 (Conference for Capital of Culture), Tomorrow’s Land, Wigan City Council, Writing on The Wall, Rapid Response Unit, Liverpool Pride, Liverpool Queer Collective and Merseyside Young People’s Association. Her monthly poetry night Rhymes & Records ran for two years and was nominated as one of the top arts things to do in Liverpool August 2017 by Getintothis Magazine. Notable performances have been at: Threshold Festival, Sound City, The Last Word (support act for Debris Stevenson) and The Axis Slam (guest judge) She is a drama school graduate, a previous creative resident at mac birmingham and a National Youth Theatre of GB alumni. 

If not doing poetry, Lyndsay can be found; overthinking,  googling her astrology chart or learning to read tarot in bars. She holds a masters degree in worrying and a PHD in second guessing.

“Within her gentle voice there is an undercurrent of raw strength, as she delivers her beautifully crafted poetry with poise and power” – Rose Condo

“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

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