Tearing Down The Walls: Nicola Coughlan of Derry Girls

Whether strutting her stuff in a Union Jack t-shirt to Whigfield or coming out as Our Lady Immaculate College’s “wee lesbian”, Derry Girls’ Clare Devlin has proven to be a hero for our – and their – times. Nicola Coughlan talks to Stuart Clark about bagging her dream role, the series’ other magical moments and rubbing shoulders with Oscar nominees.

They can go through the pretence of nominating other...

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