According to the Eastern Daily Press, a choir in England is putting on an unusual performance– a concert meant to lull attendees to sleep.

The Voice Project is putting on what is being described as a “choral sleepover” for up to 40 people a night at the Assembly House in Norwich between May 22 and 26.

The 10-hour overnight event – called The Arms Of Sleep – is part of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

It will see audience members arrive by 9.30pm, be given a bed, and then take part in a unique dream-like experience where they will be be invited to fall asleep surrounded by music and stories.

The Voice Project co-director Sian Croose said: “We aim to create an atmosphere where the audience can spend the night surrounded by sound and shadows, balancing and drifting between sleep and wakefulness.”

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