Kings Cross, London
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47 reviews of Scala in English
I have some happy memories of this venue and it remains one of my favourites. The stage is really spacious,the sound good and its a good sized venue for live gigs with a 550 capacity. its also a good one for dancing and DJ events with a larger capacity for these types of nights.
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Great venue but lacks on the bar front I’m afraid. Fizzy, watered down lager or fizzy watered down lager or guess what? Fizzy watrered down cider. Beer drinkers beware!!
Great view of the stage where ever you stand I guess and sound system tip-top too FOH.
As it's a club venue, whether or not you have a good time at Scala will depend hugely on who's night you attend, but I've found that there have been plenty of events worth attending at this venue over the years, including Torture Garden, White Mischief, the now defunct Popstars and many more!
Based in once-seedy Kings Cross, it's in a fabulously old building with some interesting quirks. Great if you enjoy the sort of club that allows you to wander from room to room in search of something a bit different each time.
Its been a few years since i raved in Scala. The toilets are still too far from the stage... problem if your dying to go but that was my only complaint. Pure Temptation Easter Bank Holiday hats off to the promoters wicked night MC CKP ya large love ya like cook food keep it old school!
What a lovely if odd venue the Scala is. Those staircases as you go in are confusing and then you think you're on the right level but end up in a different room.
It's all good though - the balconies offer a great view of the stage and it is small and intimate enough that you are always going to be able to enjoy the band. Never been to a club night here so I can't comment on that but Laura Marling was lovely and I think I actually witnessed Mr Hudson disappearing up his own arse.
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