Scala London

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Mahalia at Scala


  • Scala London
  • Tuesday 1st May
  • Mahalia appearing at London Scala.
    Trampolene Plus Special Guests at Scala

    Trampolene Plus Special Guests

    • Scala London
    • Wednesday 9th May
    • Welsh wonders Trampolene announce their biggest headline show to date at London Scala.
      Cut Chemist at Scala

      Cut Chemist

      • Scala London
      • Thursday 17th May
      • One of the world's finest DJ/Producer returns for his first London date in 2 years with a brand new AV set to launch 'Die Cut', his first solo album since 2006.
        Garage Proud w/ DJ Luck & MC Neat + Foor at Scala

        Garage Proud w/ DJ Luck & MC Neat + Foor

        • Scala London
        • Saturday 30th June
        • The Almighty return of...Garage Proud Saturday 30th June 2018 | Scala Limited FREE Birthday tickets for June & July birthdays...
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          Scala venue information

          Scala is a beautiful multi-purpose venue in the regenerated King�s Cross area, on the north side of central London. The building incorporates four main floors and accommodates events for as many as 1,145 people. There are three bars, 2 dance floors and a stage for live performances. There is a cloakroom on the first floor.

          Scala hosts regular weekend club nights but is also a very popular venue for live music on week nights. Scala�s history of live music shows include Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Moby, Super Furry Animals, Chemical Brothers, Kruder + Dorfmeister, The Doves, Dido, Outkast, Lionel Ritchie, Stereophonics, Sophie Ellis Bexter, Suede, Gomez, Elbow, Robbie Williams, The Rapture, Hanoi Rocks, Kelis, Kosheen, Chicane, The Scissors Sisters and Joss Stone.

          Venue contact details and info

          Name: Scala

          Phone: 020 7833 2022

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          Music Policy: Varied - Live music, weekend club events

          Ambiance: Big scale music events

          Clientele: Mixed, music fans

          Drinks served: Beers, wines, spirits

          Disabled facilities: No lift and many stairs - staff will always try to accommodate those with mobility problems

          Nearest Bus Stop: 30, 73, 214,

          Address: 275 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9NL


          Capacity: 1,145

          Type of venue: Nightclub

          Dress code: Relaxed

          Opening hours: Varies with event - check with venue

          Food served: None

          Parking: 24hr NCP car park under St Pancras station

          Nearest Train Station: Kings Cross, St Pancras

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