Literature Cambridge presents “Reading To the Lighthouse,” a study day on
Woolf’s much-loved novel of love, art, yearning, and loss, on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Cambridge academics Frances Spalding, Trudi Tate and Dame Gillian Beer will lecture on different aspects of the book. Each lecture will be followed by a discussion.
Cost: The cost is £90 for the day, which will run from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. At the end of the day, participants are welcome to stay on for drinks and informal discussion. You can book it online.
Location: The venue is the Stapleford Granary, an old granary transformed into a beautiful
lecture and concert hall, just outside Cambridge. It’s easy to reach by train
from London or Cambridge. Or come by bus or bike from Cambridge. Some
Refreshments: Light refreshments will be provided; please bring a packed lunch