Rachael Stirling: ‘I’m nowhere near Mum’s level of fame’

Rachael Stirling: ‘I’m nowhere near Mum’s level of fame’

Remember, I tell Rachael Stirling, it’s officially New Year’s Eve. We’re sitting in the actor’s dressing room at the Noël Coward Theatre in late Novem

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Remember, I tell Rachael Stirling, it’s officially New Year’s Eve. We’re sitting in the actor’s dressing room at the Noël Coward Theatre in late November.

She rocks forward to look at me with widening eyes, before remembering the interview won’t be published for a few weeks.

Actress Rachael Stirling

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So then, how was 2017 for you? ‘Oh, Christ,’ she cackles. ‘I don’t know… Pretty damn busy. Had a baby, moved house, did a play, did a telly series, released a film. That’s enough, isn’t it?’ Throwing her arms up, she doubles back. ‘I had a f—ing baby.’

We meet as Rachael is enjoying the final week of her run in James Graham’s Labour of Love, a play about the Labour Party’s fortunes since the late 1980s, in which she has been co-starring with Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig.

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