- Telephone 020 7833 2022
- Website www.scala-london.co.uk
Designed by H Courtney Constantine the Kings Cross Cinema first opened its doors in 1920. Renamed The Scala in 1981 it soon became the home of London's coolest cult cinema club, unfortunately after losing a court case over screening Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange (which was still banned at the time) the cinema was forced to close in 1993. After a complete refurbishment it reopened in 1999 as a club and gig space in the heart of London. Boasting three bars, two dancefloors and a stage with regular club nights and an impressive line-up of live music. Everyone from Coldplay and Foo Fighters to Robbie Williams and Dido have since graced the stage at Scala.
Please note all shows at Scala are 18+ unless otherwise stated.
Scala is three minutes walk from Kings Cross St Pancreas train station; bus numbers 30, 73, 214, 10, 17, 45, 46, 63, 91 and 259 all stop near the venue.
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The UK-based foursome performs its original form of electronic Palestinian dance music. With support from Cairo Liberation Front.
Philadelphia-based indie pop three piece.
The singer-songwriter from Worcestershire who appeared in the first series of The Voice UK performs house and UK Funky.
Big Fish Little Fish: Family Rave
Big Fish Little Fish brings together globally renowned DJs, fun craft and play activities for children, and a multi-sensory dancefloor experience with bubble machines and giant balloons.
DJs spin rock and metal classics all night long.
Post-punk and indie collective hailing from London, who release their forthcoming album in March, titled Grow Up.
Desperate Journalist celebrate the release of their sophomore album 'Grow Up' - Released on 24th March with their biggest headline show to date at London's Scala on 6th April!
Salsa, Latin, Bachata and Kizomba across four rooms.
Fri 20 Jan
Metal, hardcore and alternative dance across the main room and balcony bar.
Fri 3 Feb
Fri 3 Mar
Fri 7 Apr
Fri 5 May
Fortuna Pop! - Twenty Years Of Trouble
If you're hanging on to a rising balloon, you're presented with a difficult decision - let go before it's too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They're selling Simon Love wigs in Woolworth's, man. The greatest record label in the history of mankind is…
The American rock trio performs in support of its album Dealer.
Celebrate garage music with top garage DJs and MCs including Artful Dodger and DJ Cartier.
Garage courtesy of DJ EZ, Scott Garcia, Mike Delinquent, Jason Kaye and DJ Hatcha.
Conceptual punk band from California, formed by twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears.
The duo from Orange County, California consisting of twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, performs its punk-rock originals.
American electro-pop singer-songwriter, producer and DJ performs his material.
Acoustic guitar and lo-fi sounds from the singer-songwriter and former member of Tribes.
Folk, rock and indie singer-songwriter from Sydney, Australia.
The Spanish rapper performs a set.
Pop-rock quintet from London.
Infectious powerpop tunes from the Durham-based four-piece. With support from Joanna Gruesome, The Spook School and Chorusgirl.
The indie rock and pop quartet from Spain performs songs from their album Detroit. With support from Mega Spanish Party.
The London-based four piece perform alternative rock songs from their repertoire, including material from their latest studio release The Secret Sessions.
Natos & Waor
The duo from Madrid perform rap from their repertoire including their 2015 album Tuesday 13.
The American collective offer high-energy, punk-fuelled alt rock with a grunge influence.
The band from Illinois plays lively punk-rock and garage rock revival.
Punk rock, reggae and ska from the Polish band.
Four-piece American alt rock unit.
Synth-led electro indie from the Glasgow trio.
Pulled Apart By Horses
Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.
- 111 min
- Directed by: Albert Magnoli
- Cast: Prince, Apollonia Kotero, Morris Day
A talent for music is one thing, but when an aspiring singer, Apollonia, approaches The Kid (Prince) he discovers that talent alone isn't the only thing he desires.
Quique Gonzalez Y Los Detectives
The Spanish singer-songwriter and his guest band performs songs from their album Kill Me If You Need Me.
Roots Dance Worldwide
Roots reggae and dub courtesy of Jah Youth Sound-System, Iration Steppas and Aba-Shanti-I.
The Los Angeles-based foursome performs its self-penned alternative pop.
Folky sounds from London five-piece.
Some Velvet Morning
Indie-rock band from North London formed by brothers Desmond and Gavin Lambert and Rob Flanagan.
Urban World 2nd Birthday Bash
Three rooms of music with in Room 1 Big John Freeman, Biggy C & Taylorr Made plus MC Madx spinning R&b, hip hop, bashment and Soca. Room 2 features Ammo & Ritu with Desi and in Room 3, house, garage and world from 2Traxx, Clington, Kaspa, DJ Qu and guests.
Electronica pop and industrial trance from the Hamburg-based duo of Ronan Harris and Mark Jackson celebrating 20 years of music with their three hour Compendium show.
Winter Pride 2017
There are four rooms covering electro, indie, pop, house, dance and R&B, with DJs including Guy Williams, Jamie Bull, Tommy Turntables, Neil Prince, Michelle Manetti and others.