A Worcestershire male voice choir is set to perform in a Birmingham prison to help interest inmates in singing.
Kidderminster Male Choir will sing at HMP Birmingham following an invitation from a senior manager at the jail.
A member of the group, Paul Booton, admitted he was nervous but they were treating it as "any other concert".
The 70-strong choir, which is a registered charity, is also raising money for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Mr Booton said: "We practise a couple of times a week and we just take it as a normal concert whether it's in the local town hall or wherever it is.
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