From it’s humble beginning as a cinema in the 1920’s to an eclectic club, theatre and music venue, Scala hosts a wide array of music talent across four floors in the heart of London. You think of a genre of music and Scala has probably got it covered. If you’re looking for tons of good vibes and music from some of the hottest upcoming artists then Scala should be high on your list of places to visit.
Here are some commonly asked questions about The Scala, Bloomsbury.
Think of the Scala as a blank canvas club with the capacity to host huge multi-floored club nights and gigs from bands, DJ’s and solo artists on the cusp of going mainstream. The Scala has always prided itself on having a distinct lack of respect for authority, turning up it’s nose at conventional ways of doing things. Stanley Kubrick famously sued the Scala into the ground when they showed “A Clockwork Orange’ without permission. The distinctive rebellious vibe of the club remains to this day.
The Scala hosts regular weekend club nights. Meanwhile, during the week expect to see the place jam-packed with live music performances from popular upcoming new artists from a wide range of different genres. Plenty of modern-day artists from all different genres have passed through the fabled halls of the Scala such as Foo Fighters, The Killers, Bastille, Maroon 5, Sheryl Crow, among countless others.
If you’re looking for a banging night out and love a good live music night, then Scala is the perfect place for you.
275 Pentonville Road, London N1 9NL
We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there.
It’s just a 12-minute walk from the hotel to the Scala.
As you head out of the hotel, walk left across Cartwright Gardens and onto Mabledon Place. Keep going until you reach Euston Road where you take a right. Follow this road for approximately 7 minutes before reaching King’s Cross Bridge. On the other side of the road, you’ll see the venue.