Martin Dixon


"Left his London audience in stitches" - The Sun

Martin has been performing stand-up comedy for over a decade, taking shows to Edinburgh, Camden and Brighton Festival fringes, and performed audience warm-up for ITV's Loose Women.

"Dixon has a remarkable gift" - Broadway Baby

He won 2023's Queerovision, and recently won his heat at Stand Up For Cider in Taunton. He survived the gong at Up The Creek in Greenwich and Chucklemania in Huntingdon. He's performed for Queer As Joke in Birmingham, The Poodle Club in Sydenham and Full Frontal Comedy.

Recently Martin has been working on sketch comedy with Sallyann Fellowes, and his debut novel Isle Of No'Man is released on 4th June 2024 with Vulpine Press. It has been described by Lorraine Kelly as:

"Honest, funny, bawdy and brilliant! Martin knows his stuff."

Martin Dixon holding two plastic microphones to either side of his mouth, wearing glasses and a floral shirt, with a background of coloured balloons and leopard skin wallpaper
Photographed by Joris Piva
Performing in:
Heartbroken stand-up comedian George travels to the Isle of No’Man (pronounced Norman), in a bid to find inner poise and stave off men, however distracting the men with movie-star looks and hunky sea-men might be. Taking over the local café and trying to win over the locals becomes complicated when…