Time & Location
About The Event
Conscious Poetry Circle Thursday 11th October at 7pm ~ £6.
Gathering with a community and sharing in circle is an ancient, sacred process in itself. Before the written word was the spoken word after all. Join us for a unique experience, interweaving the arts with spirituality, as we share together and experience the transformational power of poetry.
About the Host
Lyndsay Price is a spoken word artist, educator and occasional blogger with an interest in using art as a tool to ignite social change. Lyndsay writes to make sense of her experiences as a woman; she shares it because she believes the act of listening and experiencing to be healing. 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 reiki practitioner, drama school graduate, previous creative resident at mac Birmingham and National Youth Theatre of GB alumni.
“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.
Date: Wednesday 11th October 7pm
The night begins at 7:00pm, please arrive a few minutes before to ensure that we start on time.
Cost: £6 per person either online via PayPal to Kapucia1@gmail.com or over the phone 0151 227-4946.
Advanced booking required to secure your place, as numbers will be kept fairly intimate for this event, to give equal time to those wanting to share.
You are encouraged to bring a poem/piece of creative writing/journal excerpt, no matter what stage of development it is in, alternatively you may wish to bring a poem by someone else. If you do not wish to share anything, you can still attend the evening