When it comes to music, anything goes at The Scala in London. Fancy some indie or gangsta rap? How about electronica or pop? You might even stumble on a night of steampunk, folk or cabaret.
This former cinema has been hosting cool club nights and gigs for years. Spandau Ballet got together at The Scala!
What on earth is on next? It could be anything. Click the green button and book tickets.
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Yay! What a great venue! Tonight was my first visit to Scala, and I would definitely go back. Hopefully more acts I love will play there!
Love the smaller feel. Scala is standing room only, but there are so many different levels at all sorts of angles that it's fairly easy to avoid the floor smushiness.
The sound was excellent! Super easy to access from Kings Cross Underground. Quick...more
I have been here once for the night club, it was my first experience in London, and i thought i was the cool one. dressed in a hot pink shirt with awesome leggings, and little did i know it was a rock club and you can dress cool with jeans and a t shirt and maybe even add a red tie, why not. If you like rock music, then hey jump up and down and your good to go. If you like rap, hip hop, then...more
I have been to Scala numerous times, so figured that it's about time to write a review. When you look at Scala from the outside it looks little promising, but once you're inside it's like a candy store ready to be explored. The venue has multiple levels and rooms and the sound system is pretty good. I especially like that the floor has different levels and and upstairs, so you have very good...more
Last night was my first night at the Scala, I'd heard so much about it growing up in the UK. I went to see a youtube rapper.
The sound system is pretty awesome and there's a sound/ lighting team pitched right in the middle of the hall in a massive cage!
Not sure what its like on a normal club night but I think id like to check it out sometime for sure.more
I love Scala for the same reason I love first dates: there's buzz when the doors first open, mystery around every corner, you're essentially in the dark and everything looks so damn sexy in low lighting... until you get frisked, which happens far too often in both cases.
There's expensive booze, strange overpowering smells, and what could first be conceived as an illusion of smoke and...more