Music Venue, Rock Club, Nightclub
- Not only is La Scala home to loads of gigs but it also hosts the monthly emo/hardcore clubnight Facedown. Dare you not to feel too old.
- This club was still being built as a cinema when the First World War broke out, and it became an aircraft factory. It opened as the Kings Cross Cinema in 1920, which closed in 1974.
- get tickets from the box office and avoid ticketweb fees
- Although the venue has vacillated between use as a picturehouse and concert hall the Scalas one consistent trait has been its lack of respect for authority.
- This place has more stairs than the final scene of The Labyrinth!
- Inside layout designed by MC Escher.
- Bo Ningen are awesome...
- Follow the sign for the toilets and keep going up stairs to a bar overlooking the stage. Quieter and great view.
- very good concert venue
- "Click to listen to writer David McGillivray and Helen De Witt from the BFI remember the heyday of The Scala in the 1980's, when it played alternative films from B-movies to horror films."
- The bar at the top is often quieter than all the others. View of the stage from the rail on the second level is great
- Very intimate location and still very central! Although 6 for a can of RedStripe..seriously!?
- Fabulous place for live music featuring some of the best up and coming bands :-)
- Ok music venue
- Get there on time to get a good view otherwise you'll be looking at the backs of people's heads all night. Great sound though.
- Try to avoid using the cloak room unless you're prepared to wait a loooong time to leave
- Decent sound
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- Best oasis cover ever!
- Lots of stairs (scala means staircase in Latin) bring flat shoes!!