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Summer Project 2024
Houghton Hall

Information and booking

I Reach Right Up to the Sun Voice Project 2018 photo Phil Sayer IMG_5889.jpg

Our 2024 summer project, The Lie of the Land, takes place at Houghton Hall in north Norfolk and is inspired by, and responds to, the extraordinary work of Antony Gormley's major solo exhibition Time Horizon
With music created by Jonathan Baker, Sian Croose and Orlando Gough, the performance will be set among 100 life-size sculptures distributed across the park. It will feature our open access choir together with Voice Project soloists, Jeremy Avis, Lisa Cassidy, Sharon Durant and instrumentalist Adrian Lever. 

Rehearsals started in April. If you would still like to take part please email us at

Tickets for the performances on 13 and 14 July are available here

In-person rehearsals take place in Norwich and Brighton with pre-show rehearsals at Houghton Hall. There are also weekly online sessions on Zoom for those unable to attend in person.

Project information



Rehearsals, weekly on Tuesdays 7pm-9pm, 23 April to 9 July, plus Saturdays 29 June and 6 July 10.30am-4.30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich.


Rehearsals, weekly on Wednesdays, 6.30pm-7.30pm, 24 April to 10 July on Zoom

(Sessions are recorded and uploaded to the members area of the website so you can also view in your own time).


Rehearsals, Saturdays 10.30am-4pm on 4, 18 May, 1 June and 7 July at St Luke's Prestonville and on 22 June at Patcham Memorial Hall.

Houghton Hall


Saturday 15 June 10.30am-4.30pm

Tuesday 9 July 6pm-9pm,

Friday 12 July 6pm-9pm

Performances on Saturday 13 and  Sunday 14 July at 6pm and 8pm, choir to arrive at 3pm

Participation fees

  • Standard rate £125

  • Concession rate £105

  • Donation rate £150

  • Super Donation rate £250

Please choose the option that you can afford.

If you would like to apply for a pay what you can afford bursary place, or have any questions about payment, please contact us at​

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