For more than three decades The Point has stood as a landmark and cultural icon in MK and hundreds of thousands have passed through its doors. For each visit to The Point there is a different memory, impression and story to tell. Here we’ll try to assemble our own miniature living archive of what The Point has meant to many throughout the years.
Black leather mini skirts and Craig Charles reciting poetry. Local blogger and performance reviewer Jasmine Storm thinks back to her year working at The Club when it first opened in 1985, finding everything from unwanted chat up lines and actors before they made their name, right through to love and marriage.
Share Your Story
If you have a story or memory that you think embodies your experience of The Point or what it means to you, we’d love to share it with others. Contact us with your stories and help build our memories of Our Point.