What was once a picturehouse, a concert hall (along with brief stretches as an aeroplane parts factory and demob labour exchange), the Scala today is a brilliantly big blank canvas club that can accommodate huge, multi-floored club nights to gigs from bands on the cusp of real stardom in its banked main room.
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Hunter & The Bear
Sales of banjos, mandolins, ukeleles and waistcoats have soared since Mumford & Sons became the biggest folk band on the planet - so it's to be expected that a lot of bands popping up these days are going to get labelled as copyists and imitators. But...Folk, country and blues Wednesday October 10 2018
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An iconic venue in the heart of the city. I’ve been there on several different occasions; an acoustic gig, muay thai fight night, back to 95 garage rave & salsa night etc and had a great time every time… Lots of different rooms to choose from – so good if you like variety / get easily bored… Not so good if you get easily lost. The drinks are a little pricey, but no different to other central London venues.