We have dab and dot, but it's too close to the brick behind, this makes most conventional plasterboard fixing systems useless. I have to use metal fixing with a point that's quite stubby, there are lots of variants but most are too long. Other than that with a longer fixing you have to drill out behind which unless your careful widens the hole and will only work for certain long twist in fixings. There are other types but something like these are short enough...if not I have to take the tip off and drill a small pilot. There is a different type even shorter, but I can't find the image.
I have wondered about these below as they seem like they would work well when the wall is close to the back of the plasterboard, but they are expensive.