The Invisible Dot Ltd

Comedy , Comedy clubs Pentonville
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100-capacity permanent comedy venue The Invisible Dot Ltd (the trendy production outfit of the same name has its office above) is a hipster stand-up fan’s paradise. Plain white walls, craft beer, leftfield acts, and an audience that’s approximately 70 percent beard.

But the crowd here aren’t just laughing to look cool (well, some of them probably are), the Invisible Dot’s shows are spectacular. Saturday night’s inventively titled ‘Saturday Night Show’ features superb line-ups of alt-talents; themed gigs for Christmas, Valentine’s and Halloween put a strange twist on big calendar events; and the venue hosts tons of work-in-progress gigs from the likes of Simon Amstell, Adam Buxton and Tim Key.

It’s the trendiest comedy venue in town, and it’s also one of the best.

Venue name: The Invisible Dot Ltd
Address: 2
Northdown St
N1 9BG
Transport: Tube: King's Cross
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  • Saturday April 30 2016
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  • Stand-up Monday May 2 2016
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  • Stand-up Friday May 13 2016 - Friday May 27 2016
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  • Stand-up Wednesday May 18 2016
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  • Political Friday May 20 2016 - Friday July 15 2016
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  • Stand-up Friday May 20 2016 - Friday July 15 2016
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  • Stand-up Tuesday May 31 2016
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  • Stand-up Tuesday May 31 2016 - Tuesday July 26 2016
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  • Work-in-progress Tuesday May 31 2016 - Tuesday July 26 2016
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Hotter than a London bus in the heat of August, the Invisible Dot is a teeny tiny venue that redeems its sweaty self with a consistent selection of brilliant comedy acts, both established and new.

Its handy Kings Cross location and early start times mean you can enjoy a jam-packed schedule of comedy, with a pint of Camden Hells or a similarly decent brew, and be home before it gets dark (only in Summer of course).

Apart from one incident in which I rocked up to see a show that had been cancelled and poorly communicated the day before, the organisers are usually helpful, friendly and seemingly passionate about showcasing excellent acts to an engaged audience!

Long may the Dot reign!