- 300: Rise of An Empire 2DThursday, 13th March300: Rise of An Empire 3DTuesday, 11th MarchGrand Budapest HotelFriday, 21st MarchMr Peabody and Sherman 2DSaturday, 15th MarchMr Peabody and Sherman 3DSaturday, 15th MarchNon-StopFriday, 21st MarchPrestatyn RisingWednesday, 7th MayStalingradFriday, 14th MarchThe Book ThiefFriday, 28th MarchThe Monuments MenTuesday, 11th March
- Liberty Players: On The RazzleTuesday, 1st April
- Andre Rieu s 10th Anniversary ConcertSaturday, 19th JulyElton John The Million Dollar PianoSaturday, 22nd MarchEnglish National Opera: CelliniTuesday, 17th JuneMet. Opera: Cosi Fan TutteSaturday, 26th AprilMet. Opera: La BohemeSaturday, 5th AprilMet. Opera: WertherSaturday, 15th MarchNT Live: King LearThursday, 1st MayNT Live: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night TimeThursday, 22nd MayNT Live: War Horse EncoreMonday, 17th MarchRSC Live: Henry IV Part 1Wednesday, 14th MayRSC Live: Henry IV Part 2Wednesday, 18th JuneRSC Live: The Two Gentlemen of VeronaWednesday, 3rd SeptemberVikings Live from the British MuseumThursday, 24th April
NBCQ - The Joy of Six (CERT)
Director: NBCQ Starring: various 120 mins
NBCQ (New British Cinema Quarterly) depart from their usual formula of feature screenings to present a stunning selection of independent shorts, showcasing the best of up-and-coming British talent. The six shorts will feature the cream of British acting, drawn to the creativity that the short film form allows.
Long Distance Information Dir Douglas Hart/GB 2012/8 mins Set one Christmas Day, between East Kilbride and London, Long Distance Information is a black comedy that explores the strained relationship between a father and his 20 year old son.
Man in Fear Dir Will Jewell/GB 2012/11 mins A bloodied man walks into a police station wanting to be locked up. He tells the Policeman artists are trying to kill him. By accident… When the disbelieving Policeman sighs and asks him their motive, he cryptically replies “Art…”
A Gun for George Dir Matthew Holness/GB 2012/17 mins Still reeling from the loss of his older brother, a crime fiction author increasingly escapes into the fantasy world of his character – The Reprisalizer. Cult comedian Matthew Holness directs and stars in this flawless homage to 70s pulp films and fiction.
Scrubber Dir Romola Garria/GB 2012/21 mins Jenny is looking for escape. After being let down by a babysitter she decided to leave her daughter with a neighbour and walks into the surrounding countryside. Whilst waiting by the side of the road, she is picked up by a stranger and together they drive into woodland where she must choose between fantasy, escape and home.
The Ellington Kid Dir Dan Sully/GB 2012/5 mins In a typical South London kebab shop Nathan tells Beefy a story. It’s a story he’s heard about the Ellington kid, who got stabbed and found refuge in the very kebab shop they are sitting in.
Friend Request Pending Dir Chris Foggin/GB 2012/12 mins Friend Request Pending is a short comedy drama about the mature generation dating in our modern social networking world. Mary and Linda spend an afternoon discussing the pleasures, pitfalls and problems with using social networking to try and woo the local choirmaster Trevor.
- Live And Special Performances
- Liberty Players: On The Razzle 01/04
- Andre Rieu s 10th Anniversary Concert 19/07
- Elton John The Million Dollar Piano 22/03
- English National Opera: Cellini 17/06
- Met. Opera: Cosi Fan Tutte 26/04
- Met. Opera: La Boheme 05/04
- Met. Opera: Werther 15/03
- NT Live: King Lear 01/05
- NT Live: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time 22/05
- NT Live: War Horse Encore 17/03
- RSC Live: Henry IV Part 1 14/05
- RSC Live: Henry IV Part 2 18/06
- RSC Live: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 03/09
- Vikings Live from the British Museum 24/04
- Coming Soon
- 300: Rise of An Empire 2D
- 300: Rise of An Empire 3D
- Grand Budapest Hotel
- Mr Peabody and Sherman 2D
- Mr Peabody and Sherman 3D
- Prestatyn Rising
- The Book Thief
- The Monuments Men
- SILVER SCREEN
- Grand Budapest Hotel. Silver Screen
- Stalingrad. Silver Screen
- The Book Thief. Silver Screen
- The Monuments Men. Silver Screen
£4.80 per ticket with free refresments. (3D + £1)
Special Seniors only performance.
Every Tuesday at 11am.
All cinema tickets just £3.50* no concessions *Requires £2.00 supplement for 3D Films.
The Scala no longer participates in the Orange Wednesday promotion. We would like to offer all of our customers a great value ticket on a Wednesday.