- Dr Who Monsters: The SontaranTuesday, 16th December
- Bolshoi: La BayadereSunday, 7th DecemberBolshoi: NutcrackerSunday, 21st DecemberBolshoi: Romeo and JulietSunday, 8th MarchBolshoi: Swan LakeSunday, 25th JanuaryEnglish 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 JanuaryNT Live: JOHNTuesday, 9th DecemberNew Years Gala Live from BerlinWednesday, 31st DecemberROH - Alice s Adventures in WonderlandTuesday, 16th DecemberRSC Live: Loves Labours LostWednesday, 11th FebruaryRSC Live: Loves Labours WonWednesday, 4th MarchRembrandt From the National GalleryTuesday, 2nd DecemberRoyal Ballet - Swan LakeTuesday, 17th MarchRoyal Opera - Der Fliegende HollanderTuesday, 24th FebruaryThe ImpressionistsTuesday, 2nd JuneThe Old Vics The CrucibleThursday, 4th DecemberVincent Van Gogh: A New Way Of SeeingTuesday, 14th April
About The Scala Cinema And Arts Centre
The Scala Arts Centre development is the result of much commitment, hard work and tenacity and the generosity of a number of individuals and funding bodies. The ambition of the Scala Prestatyn Company is to make the centre a major cultural and entertainment destination for North Wales.
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 unrivaled 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.
Fore details about the history of the cinema, the structure of its management and its supporters please browse oue website. If you would like any further information not contained on this site please contact us. If you have a media enquiry click here.
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Tourist Information Point have a wealth of local information to help you plan the details of your trip and make your visit more enjoyable.
For more information please visit the Scala alternatively you can view more at:- www.visitwales.com
- BFI Days of Fear and Wonder Sci-Fi Film Festival
- Dr Who Monsters: The Sontaran 16/12
- Live And Special Performances
- Bolshoi: La Bayadere 07/12
- Bolshoi: Nutcracker 21/12
- Bolshoi: Romeo and Juliet 08/03
- Bolshoi: Swan Lake 25/01
- English National Opera: Carmen 01/07
- English National Opera: La Traviata 11/03
- English national Opera: Pirates of Penzance 19/05
- Girl with a Pearl Earring and Other Treasures 13/01
- NT Live: JOHN 09/12
- New Years Gala Live from Berlin 31/12
- ROH - Alice s Adventures in Wonderland 16/12
- RSC Live: Loves Labours Lost 11/02
- RSC Live: Loves Labours Won 04/03
- Rembrandt From the National Gallery 02/12
- Royal Ballet - Swan Lake 17/03
- Royal Opera - Der Fliegende Hollander 24/02
- The Impressionists 02/06
- The Old Vics The Crucible 04/12
- Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way Of Seeing 14/04
- SILVER SCREEN
- Mr Turner. Silver Screen
- SPECIAL SCREENINGS
£4.80 per ticket with free refresments. (3D + £1)
Special Seniors only performance.
Every Tuesday at 11am.