- 300: Rise of An Empire 2DSunday, 9th March300: Rise of An Empire 3DMonday, 10th 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 MenSunday, 9th 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
The Doors - Live at The Hollywood Bowl 1968 (CERT)
Director: More2Screen Starring: The DOORS 92 mins
The Doors Live At The Bowl ’68 – The band’s historic performance re–mastered in High Definition and 5.1 Surround Sound to bring the definitive version to cinemas for the first time.
The Doors supplied plenty of post–Independence Day fireworks on July 5, 1968 when the legendary quartet played the Hollywood Bowl, a concert that is considered to be the band’s finest on film. From September 24, fans will be able to experience the acclaimed live set – the only complete Doors concert ever captured on film – in a brand new cut, with remixed stereo and a 5.1 Surround Audio soundtrack taken from the original multi-track tapes, then painstakingly re-mastered using 16x9 High Definition digital transfer. Says keyboardist Ray Manzarek of what is now an astonishing audio experience: “You hear it as if you were actually at the Bowl, on stage with us.”
Led by late frontman Jim Morrison, Manzarek and fellow band members John Densmore (drums) and Robby Krieger (guitar) thrill the live audience at the iconic Bowl with a set that includes previously lost performances of Hello I Love You, The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat) and Spanish Caravan. Making this even more of a must–see event, Live At The Bowl ‘68 features a wealth of new documentary material, including interviews with the band, their friends and colleagues and other never–before–seen footage.
Jeff Jampol, Doors manager and producer of the film said: “The Doors’ live performances were a shamanistic journey into dark rock and roll psychedelic theater – a swirling mixture of rock ‘n’ roll heat, poetry, danger, drama and unbridled musical virtuosity. Captured at the height of The Doors’ magical powers, in one of the world’s greatest venues, this brand new restoration, edit and mix, corny as it may sound, made me fall in love a hundred times, all over again.”
More than 40 years after their debut album, The Doors’ music and legacy are more influential than ever before. Though they’ve had scores of imitators, there’s never been another band quite like them and this film will appeal to their many fans – both their original followers and a younger generation discovering The Doors now.
- 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.