|Reviews for The Stageplays: Seven Keys to Doomsday:|
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|By:||Matthew David Rabjohns, Bridgend, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Saturday, November 29, 2008|
I think Trevor Martin is a class act as the Doctor in this stage play from 1974. He is laid back and forthright and assured and plays the role with so engagingly. But by no means does he carry this play all by himself no. The two companions yet again are sadly just one offs. the funny dialog and scenes along the way make for entertaining light hearted adventure. But this is where Terrance Dicks excels, In just creating a simple and decent story. There is little goobledigook and its all easy to follow. not so many stupid and mind warping twists and turns all along the way. Just plain old fashioned Doctor Who done brilliantly! If only the new series could be more like this...