Post your questions for Tara Fitzgerald

You might think of her as forensic scientist Eve Lockhart from BBC series Waking the Dead, or as Queen Selyse Baratheon in Game of Thrones, but Tara Fitzgerald is a long-termer when it comes to film. Her first big role was in Peter Chelsom’s 1991 nightclub comedy Hear My Song, after which she went on to a couple of roles opposite Hugh Grant: Sirens in 1994 and The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain in 1995. In between the two she was in A Man of No Importance with Albert Finney. Then came the flugelhorn-tooting Brassed Off, and the Czech war film Dark Blue World. More recently she played Miriam in Ridley Scott’s biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings. There’s been theatre, too: opposite Peter O’Toole in Our Song, as Ophelia opposite Ralph Fiennes’ Hamlet, and as Lady Macbeth in 2016.

Now she stars in new British coming-of-age drama Kindling, which follows a group of young men who return to their home town to turn their terminally ill friend’s final summer into a celebration of life, love and friendship. So what would you like to ask her? What does she remember of her great-aunt (and celebrated actor herself) Geraldine Fitzgerald? Does she regret never moving to Hollywood? Can she still play the flugelhorn? Post your questions below by 6pm on Easter Monday 10 April, and we’ll ask.

• Kindling is released on 21 April in cinemas and on digital platforms.