Promising newcomer Nick Dixon is steadily rising on
the UK circuit, and is held in high regard by his contemporaries and industry
officials alike. He has recently recorded his first televised stand- up
performance for the new series of The Comedy Store on Comedy Central.
The series begins October 24th 2014,
and you can see Nick’s performances on February 20th and March 6th
Nick’s unique style combines acerbic wit and
intelligent, edgy writing with vulnerability and self-deprecation to winning
effect. A natural comedian, he reached
the final of The Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year after performing stand-up
for only three months.
Within a year, he was one of a select few (chosen from
over 800 applicants) to perform in BBC Radio 2’s prized New Comedy Awards. In
2012, truly cementing his status as a dynamic newcomer, Nick reached the final
of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? Competition at the Edinburgh
Following a stint on the Free Fringe in 2012, Nick
returned to the Edinburgh festival in 2013, earning a coveted slot in the
esteemed AAA Late Show, performing at the Pleasance Courtyard. He returned to
the festival this year, performing in Two Wrongs; a double-header show with
Sunil Patel. He is now busy working on his debut solo show, which he
plans to unveil at the 2015 Edinburgh Comedy Festival.
He continues to hone his material, and go from
strength to strength, steadily earning his stripes on the UK stand-up circuit. Having
already won the infamous and brutal King Gong show back in May 2012, he now performs
regularly at all the top clubs, including
The Comedy Store, The Glee Club, and Manford’s.