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Matt Smith on Tour ‘Extravaganza!’

Get ready to be spooked! For those fans lucky enough to have tickets for Doctor Who Live: The Monsters Are Coming Matt Smith has promised there will be scares aplenty:

“Of course it will be scary, it’s Doctor Who!”

Speaking to SFX Smith has said the tour, which begins its nationwide jaunt at the Wembley Arena on the 8th October (Where Smith himself will be appearing as the Doctor), would be an ‘extravaganza’.

“For a Who fan, it’s all your dreams come at once. It has every monster throughout the entirety of the show’s history set to Murray Gold’s brilliant and… iconic score.”

He also let slip a few details about the shows plot which sees the Doctor encounter the mysterious Vorgenson:

“Vorgenson, played by the wonderful Nigel Planer (The Young Ones, We Will Rock You, Evita, Chicago) is kind of an intergalactic showman. He has this very terrible and ghastly machine called the Minimiser. It wields a lot of power and places the Doctor in a position that he needs to address.”

Visit SFX to view the video interview – or see it below!

The dates for the tour are:

Oct 8-10 Wembley Arena;

Oct 12-13 Sheffield Arena;

Oct 15-17 Glasgow SECC (October 14th is cancelled);

Oct 18-20 Birmingham NIA;

Oct 22-24 Manchester MEN Arena;

Oct 25-26 Notts Trent FM Arena;

Oct 28-31 Cardiff Int Arena;

Nov 2-3 Liverpool Echo Arena;

Nov 6-7; Belfast Odyssey Arena.

Tickets for any of the dates can be booked direct from www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

(via Digital Spy)


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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