Every single tourist knows about London Scala! The venue is one of the best clubs in the entire city. It holds unusual and diverse parties, which include movie screenings and live music, from the bizarre hip-hop to drum’n’bass and house. The place was built in 1920 as a cinema, but it went bankrupt. In 1999, it reopened as a venue and welcomes its visitors since then. The facility can accommodate more than a thousand people.
Scala is in the Kings Cross Area, so it is very easy to get there by any transport means.
By train and tube: The Scala location is perfect for those, who prefer public transport. Piccadilly, Northern, Victoria, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines are available because Kings Cross Underground Station is just around the corner. Kings Cross Rail Station and St Pancras are nearby as well. So, you will have no difficulty getting there by train.
By car: Pick Euston Road, A501 or A5203 to drive to Scala. You may choose a number of other ways, but remember that it is not that easy to park a car there.
International: You may catch a taxi from any rail station or airport in London, but why would you? Kings Cross is only like three steps away, and numerous underground lines accessible make it possible to get to Scala by tube from Heathrow and other international airports.
There is no parking outside, but you can park for free on several nearby streets after 6:30 p.m. The number of spaces is obviously limited. Kings Cross Station NCP on Battle Bridge Road and Euro Car Parks Euston on Euston Road are also available. Check the prices and choose the option that is the most suitable for you. Blue Badge parking is available at the St Pancras car park.
Access for people with special needs
Scala is a very tough place when it comes to accessibility. The building is very old. It has a lot (really - a lot!) of stairs and no lift. People, who need some special help with getting inside, will surely get it from the team. Besides, you can bring a companion with you, who won’t need an advance ticket if you notify the managers beforehand.