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#ScalaHistory – Watch Rory from Sunset Sons cover Imagine Dragons at Scala

On this day in 2015, Scala played host to a sold out show from Sunset Sons. During sound check, frontman Rory Williams slowed it down with an intimate cover of Imagine Dragons’ Demons. Check out the video below, shot right … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Watch Foo Fighters live at Scala in 2000

On 4th March 2000, an MTV camera crew and a few lucky fans got to experience an intimate Foo Fighters show right here on the Scala stage. The band played a hit-filled set to a bouncing London audience and the … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Jessie J Records ‘Big White Room’ Live at Scala

Another beautiful moment in ‪#‎ScalaHistory‬ : This performance of Jessie J‘s “Big White Room” is the very one that landed on her debut record Who You Are in 2011. “We recorded and reproduced it so many times but for some … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Mick Rock, David Bowie, and Lou Reed’s Transformer

Yet another legendary piece of #ScalaHistory : Iggy & The Stooges’ Raw Power wasn’t the only record to feature a photo taken here at Scala… “I first met Lou Reed at the Kings Cross Cinema (now Scala) in London in … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Scala Sings Along with The Killers

Once upon #ScalaHistory we played host to a spectacular intimate show from one of the world’s biggest bands. On 22 June, 2011, 800 lucky fans were treated to a very special performance from The Killers. The band had not played … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Taylor Hawkins brings Special Guests to Scala

In May 2010, famed Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and his band The Coattail Riders made their live UK debut on the Scala stage. Taylor’s glittering gold drum kit sat centre stage, but another mysterious kit sat just behind his, … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Nine Inch Nails get Intimate

Over the years we have been lucky enough to play host to some incredible shows here at Scala. One particular gig that always comes to mind when we reminicse, is a certain summer night in 2013 when Nine Inch Nails … Continue reading

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#ScalaHistory – Iggy Pop, Mick Rock, and Raw Power

In 1972, Iggy Pop and the Stooges were in London to record their now classic LP Raw Power, with David Bowie as executive producer. During that time, they played what would be their only non-US gig right here at Scala … Continue reading

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