The Distance Between Us

The premier of our latest film, The Distance Between Us, takes place on Wednesday 27 October 2021

We're screening the film live at Norwich Arts Centre and also online.

The film is a collective choral diary of the autumn and winter months during lockdown and records a very unusual and unique time in our lives; one that connected people across distances and allowed us to sing together whilst apart.

The project took place entirely online and involved over 130 people, from the UK and around the world, who made recordings and films that have contributed to The Distance Between Us.

Tickets for the screening at Norwich Arts Centre, which also includes live music, are available from the venue. There will be screenings at 6pm, 7.15pm and 8.30pm and ticket prices are pay what you can afford.


At the same time we will be launching the film online where you can watch from the comfort of your own home. The link to the film will be put onto the Voice Project website and we'll send out an email reminder too - closer to the date.

The film is approximately 35 minutes long.



Music by Jonathan Baker, Sian Croose, Orlando Gough

Including texts by Emily Dickinson, Esther Morgan, Alfred Lord Tennyson and Edwin Morgan


The Voice Project Choir

Soloists -Jeremy Avis, Jonathan Baker, Lisa Cassidy, Sian Croose, Sianed Jones

Flutes - Rowland Sutherland

Hammered Dulcimer/ Piano - Adrian Lever

Violin- Caroline Bishop

Cello - Ivan McCready

Movement Consultant/Soloist - Dane Hurst

Creative Writing Consultant – Esther Morgan

Art Direction - Sal Pittman

Videographer - Nathan Clarke

Edited by Nathan Clarke, Sal Pittman

Soundtrack mixed by Jonathan Baker

Directed by Sian Croose and Jonathan Baker