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News: Former Invisible Dot Venue Reopens As 2Northdown

The Kings Cross venue formerly run by comedy company Invisible Dot has reopened.

2Northdown (the address is 2 Northdown Street, N1) is run by Nick Mills, the 27-year-old entrepreneur who also runs ticket agency TicketText.

He plans to stage events there including comedy shows, food and fashion pop-ups, launch parties, filming and photoshoots.


News: Invisible Dot Founder Sets Up New Company

Simon Pearce, the man behind innovative comedy company Invisible Dot, has set up a new company following Invisible Dot Ltd going into voluntary liquidation earlier this month.


News: Invisible Dot Goes Into Voluntary Liquidation?

Comedy company Invisible Dot Limited appears to have shut down. Its website which normally publicises upcoming events is currently not active. Their most recent Twitter post publicises a Live at the Chapel gig on November 12 with Joe Lycett and Sara Pascoe but the ticket link on the tweet no longer works.

Beyond The Joke has heard that a creditors meeting is due to take place on October 28. Details here.


Live Review: Mae Martin, Invisible Dot

When I last saw Mae Martin she was playing whimsical ditties on an acoustic guitar. That was a long time ago and although the 28-year-old looks as pixie-ish as ever, she has come a long way since then.


Review: People Time, BBC3/iPlayer

OK, I admit it. I’m not perfect. Sometimes I miss things. But I’ve finally caught up with People Time, the sketch show that first went out online as a Comedy Feed and recently had an airing on BBC3. And thank the lord I did, because it really is rather good. 


News: Adam Buxton, James Acaster & Invisible Dot at Manchester Festival

Innovative comedy producers Invisible Dot will be curating a programme of events as part of the Manchester International Festival which runs from July 2 - 19. Among the highlights is the world premiere of The Crocodile, a Dostoyevsky story adapted by Tom Basden, plus a new show from Adam Buxton. Events will take place in the Pavilion Theatre, Festival Square.

Preview: The Comedy Week Ahead – Nov 10 - 16

Joseph Morpurgo is very much a comic on the way up. He’s part of the new wave of idiosyncratic Invisible Dot performers along with Liam Williams and Natasha Demetriou who are due for a big break. Morpurgo’s latest show is definitely a step in the right direction. Odessa is a multi-media comic noir thriller in which he plays all the characters, from cops to criminals. He even plays some TV interference, which is one of the highlights.

Review: Adam Riches, James Acaster, Daniel Simonsen, The Invisible Dot

I was told to get in the trenches and cut back on the comedy godzillas by a reader recently so I made a trip to the the Invisible Dot's new regular Saturday Night Show last night. I'm not sure if this really counts as the trenches though. It's a swish, industrial room a spit from King's Cross station which attracts the coolest of comedy crowds (think Hacienda Club just before acid house kicked in but cosier) thanks to ID's skilful booking policy.

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