- Before I go to SleepFriday, 19th SeptemberFrozen Sing AlongSaturday, 20th SeptemberMillion Dollar ArmFriday, 19th SeptemberMillion Dollar Arm. Silver ScreenTuesday, 23rd SeptemberSex TapeFriday, 26th SeptemberThe Hundred-Foot JourneyFriday, 26th SeptemberThe Hundred-Foot Journey. Silver ScreenTuesday, 30th September
- Aspire and Inspire ConcertSunday, 21st SeptemberBBC National Orchestra of WalesSaturday, 27th SeptemberLlyr Williams - PianoSaturday, 20th SeptemberMid Wales Opera - Acis and GalateaFriday, 26th SeptemberTippett String QuartetThursday, 25th SeptemberUnder Milk Wood Jazz SuiteMonday, 22nd SeptemberWilliam Mathias - 80th Anniversary ConcertTuesday, 23rd SeptemberXuefei Yang - GuitarWednesday, 24th September
- Billy Elliot the Musical LiveSunday, 28th SeptemberEnglish National Opera: CarmenWednesday, 1st JulyEnglish National Opera: La TraviataWednesday, 11th MarchEnglish national Opera: Pirates of PenzanceTuesday, 19th MayGirl with a Pearl Earring and Other TreasuresTuesday, 13th JanuaryMadama Butterfly on Sydney HarbourToday's Times 19:00NT Live: Frankenstein EncoreThursday, 6th NovemberOne Direction: Where We Are Concert MovieSaturday, 11th OctoberRSC Live: Loves Labours LostWednesday, 11th FebruaryRSC Live: Loves Labours WonWednesday, 4th MarchRembrandt From the National GalleryTuesday, 2nd DecemberThe ImpressionistsTuesday, 2nd JuneThe Vatican Museums 2DTuesday, 18th NovemberThe Vatican Museums 3DTuesday, 18th NovemberVincent Van Gogh: A New Way Of SeeingTuesday, 14th April
As Wales' first fully digital cinema the Scala represents a whole new experience for local cinema-goers. The two 150 seat screens feature state of the art high definition digital projection systems offering a quality and flexibility to the cinema which is unrivalled in any other Welsh cinema.
The quality of the projection system is matched by the auditorium itself with specially sourced comfortable seating designed to make the viewing experience even more special. Why not take a tour of the building
Digital projection systems are the latest thing, and allow new local cinemas like the Scala to have unprecedented flexibility and quality in programming movies to meet a range of local needs. Forget hairs and fluff being projected unwittingly with a tired 35mm film print; digital is high quality, every time. It is a lot simpler to operate too. Movies are still shot on film, but are digitised to a very high resolution by the studios and issued to the cinema in encrypted discs.
A digital cinema like the Scala can screen a normal DVD, a YouTube clip, games, live TV feeds, pretty much anything that audiences are used to in the modern information age.
The projection equipment was supplied by Future Projections Ltd and is a Barco DP1500 projector linked to a Kodak JMN-3000 server. Watch out for a range of new and exciting educational uses for the Scala’s digital systems.
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