Tara Fitzgerald

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‘Wow, there’s a lot of sex and swearing’: Channel 4’s top-rated drama ever, 30 years on
Partner-swapping, nudity, Felicity Kendal: it’s three decades since raunchy wartime series The Camomile Lawn broke TV ratings records. How does it hold up?

Michael Hogan

08, Mar, 2022 @4:39 PM

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Women Beware Women review – excess all areas with Tara Fitzgerald
Thomas Middleton’s play seems perfect for the #MeToo era, but this over-stylised production misses the mark

Arifa Akbar

28, Feb, 2020 @4:07 PM

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The Runaways review – confused family tragicomedy
This tale of three vulnerable siblings just can’t find the right tone

Wendy Ide

12, Jan, 2020 @7:00 AM

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The Runaways review – a bumpy escape … by donkey
The gently comic story of three children fleeing their sinister uncle across the Yorkshire moors is hampered by tougher, more disturbing scenes

Peter Bradshaw

08, Jan, 2020 @2:00 PM

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Tara Fitzgerald: 'I didn't think I was very talented. I didn't have that fight'
In the 1990s, she was everywhere – on film and TV and in the theatre – but then she almost disappeared. She talks about eschewing Hollywood, and being close to Harvey Weinstein

Hadley Freeman

18, Apr, 2019 @4:00 PM

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How we made Brassed Off
‘I spent months learning the flugelhorn – and I didn’t even have to play it’

Interviews by Jack Watkins

24, Apr, 2017 @2:30 PM

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Gaslight review – Tara Fitzgerald impresses in taut psychological thriller
Patrick Hamilton’s melodramatic play is superbly acted and grippingly directed

Clare Brennan

25, Oct, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Gaslight review – Tara Fitzgerald plays it straight in enjoyably ludicrous potboiler
Patrick Hamilton’s atmospheric melodrama, revived by Lucy Bailey, is creaky old tosh but hugely entertaining

Lyn Gardner

22, Oct, 2015 @11:12 AM

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The Zero Hour – review

Imitating the Dog's tale of wartime espionage is breathtakingly stylish, but the plot shoots itself in the foot, writes Alfred Hickling

Alfred Hickling

31, Jan, 2013 @5:43 PM

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The Winter's Tale – review

Strong performances transcend a visually-driven production that tries too hard to be different, writes Michael Billington

Michael Billington

31, Jan, 2013 @1:14 PM

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Portrait of the artist: Tara Fitzgerald, actor
'At my first audition, they asked me things like: How are you? It didn't seem hard enough'

Interview by Laura Barnett

21, Feb, 2012 @10:01 PM

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TV review: Hedge Wars; Regimental Stories; The Body Farm
I expected the usual neighbours-from-hell documentary – then something wonderful happened, writes John Crace

John Crace

27, Sep, 2011 @8:17 PM

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