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It's probably impossible to review Roisin Conaty's Gameface without mentioning the F-word: Fleabag.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 12th October 2017

Filming starts on GameFace series

Filming is underway on GameFace, Roisin Conaty's E4 sitcom about an aspiring actress.

British Comedy Guide, 20th February 2017

Switch features four chums (Lacey Turner, Hannah Tointon, Nina Toussaint-White and Phoebe Fox) who with a bucket and a seemingly endless supply of feathers can turn back time, resurrect the dead (well, a cat) and use witchcraft to sort out their romantic lives. From the writers of Secret Diary of a Call Girl, it's sort of an anglicised Charmed.

Invariably, the spells don't quite work, and the hoops the girls go through to get out of trouble form the heart of the drama. It's all a little breathless - Caroline Quentin plays it larger than life as an über-earth mothery witch - and the London Borough of Camden must be overjoyed at the free publicity. But the episode ends with a neat touch of acid to temper the jollity.

Gill Crawford, Radio Times, 15th October 2012

Sweet new drama about four girls in Camden who happen to be witches. Sentimental rather than sassy, it is charmingly acted by the four leads - Lacey Turner, who plays put-upon career girl Stella, Nina Toussaint-White as fashion-loving Jude, Phoebe Fox as sensible Grace and Hannah Tointon as the free-spirited traveller Hannah. Witch apps and texts mean this is a very modern take on an old theme, but it needs more bite and the Camden sisterhood should use their powers for something more exciting than casting a spell on a nightmare boss.

Simon Horsford, The Telegraph, 12th October 2012

Switch Interview: Nina Toussaint-White

Each of the four witches in Switch represents an element, and Nina Toussaint-White (whom you may remember from her role as Mels - aka the young River Song - in Doctor Who's "Let's Kill Hitler£, or Syd Chambers - Bradley's love interest - in EastEnders), plays Jude, who is the fiery one of the group.

Ian Berriman, SFX Magazine, 11th October 2012

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