[16.10.2015] Sets without childcare are stymying women’s careers

The Suffragette star calls for creche facilities on TV and film sets and says a lack of childcare limits women’s prospects in the entertainment industry...


[13.08.2015] I’m a ticking grenade of gender anger

Fêted by Stephen Poliakoff as the new Kate Winslet and cast in a string of plummy-voiced period roles, Romola Garai looked destined to become Hollywood’s token English rose. But that would have been far too predictable. Ahead of the release of Suffragette, the rule-breaking actress talks to Stephanie Rafanelli about motherhood, masturbation and why she refuses to be patronised...


[12.08.2015] In my industry it’s still acceptable to humiliate women

Romola Garai has issued a broadside against the film industry, saying it is sexist, humiliates women and fosters a lot of bullies...


[24.07.2014] ‘Secretly’ weds Sam Hoare

Romola Garai, the star of The Hour, has married her long-term partner Sam Hoare, by whom she has a daughter...


[02.02.2013] Q&A: Romola Garai

Ive worked with actors who tell everyone what to do in the scene – that makes me go pretty atomic...


[16.10.2012] Announces pregnancy as he completes film on infertility

Banking heir Sam, 32, who cast Romola as the leading lady in Having You, wrote and directed the film which is all about a man who finally manages to propose to his infertile girlfriend...


[19.07.2011] Romola Garai interview: feminism and the 1950s

Romola Garai talks to Kate Salter about powerful women, why she shuns Hollywood, and her new role in wha’s being called the British Mad Men....


[13.03.2011] Romola Garai interview: On a roll

From an unflinching portrayal of the life of a Victorian prostitute in The Crimson Petal to a comically dreadful wife in the film adaptation of One Day, Romola Garai is set for stardom. But while she is uninhibited in her work, don't try asking about her private life...