To The Lighthouse

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The Ramsays go on holiday with their eight children and assorted guests in the Hebrides.

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Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel based on her own early experiences and published 1927 is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

Intensely personal and profoundly universal; a moving portrait of family life that captures the transience of human experience.

Just before the First World War, Mr and Mrs Ramsay, their eight children and an array of guests are on the Isle of Skye for the summer. Despite Mr Ramsay's prediction of bad weather, Young James is determined to get to the Lighthouse.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

15MD0120140811

The Ramsays go on holiday with their eight children and assorted guests in the Hebrides.

Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel based on her own early experiences and published 1927 is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

Intensely personal and profoundly universal; a moving portrait of family life that captures the transience of human experience.

Just before the First World War, Mr and Mrs Ramsay, their eight children and an array of guests are on the Isle of Skye for the summer. Despite Mr Ramsay's prediction of bad weather, Young James is determined to get to the Lighthouse.

Directed by Nadia Molinari

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Mrs Ramsay believes that everyone should marry; young painter Lily Briscoe has other ideas

15MD0220140812

15MD0220140812

Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel based on her own early experiences and published 1927 is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

Intensely personal and profoundly universal; a moving portrait of family life that captures the transience of human experience.

The Ramsays holiday with their eight children and assorted guests in their summer house in the Hebrides. Mrs Ramsay believes that everyone should marry; but while young painter Lily Briscoe has other ideas, down on the beach Minta is on the brink of a moment that will change her whole life.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

15MD0220140812

Mrs Ramsay believes that everyone should marry; young painter Lily Briscoe has other ideas

Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel based on her own early experiences and published 1927 is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

Intensely personal and profoundly universal; a moving portrait of family life that captures the transience of human experience.

The Ramsays holiday with their eight children and assorted guests in their summer house in the Hebrides. Mrs Ramsay believes that everyone should marry; but while young painter Lily Briscoe has other ideas, down on the beach Minta is on the brink of a moment that will change her whole life.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Paul and Minta are not back and Mr Ramsay finds it difficult to conceal his impatience.

Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel based on her own early experiences and published 1927 is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

Intensely personal and profoundly universal; a moving portrait of family life that captures the transience of human experience.

The Ramsay's host a dinner party but Paul and Minta are not back from the beach and Mr Ramsay finds it difficult to conceal his impatience.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Housekeeper Mrs McNab tries in vain to keep the Ramsays' house from falling into disrepair

Both intensely personal and profoundly universal, Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel is dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths. It explores childhood, marriage, love, loss, grief and the changing class structure in the period spanning the Great War.

With the First World War comes heartbreaking loss. Ten years pass and the Ramsays' house on the Isle of Skye remains empty and Mrs McNab the housekeeper tries in vain to keep it from falling into a state of disrepair.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Ten years have passed. Finally, some of the Ramsay family and other guests return.

Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel of 1927 dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths captures the transience of human experience and examines the nature of love and loss.

Ten years have passed and the Ramsays' holiday home on the Isle of Skye has remained empty. Finally some of the remaining Ramsay family and other guests return. Lily Briscoe revisits her unfinished painting and a trip to the Lighthouse is planned.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.