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All reviews single screen derby and nottingham next door old school sound system refreshing change only downside old building listed building like stepping back in time an adult few years friendly staff film seats refreshments popcorn
The cinema is a blast from the past full of memories of going the pictures as a child. Sound and picture quality are great and the service was friendly. Seats a little hard but they too are from a previous era. Overall a fun visit...More
What a lovely family orientated cinema. I had two children with me and the staff were very welcoming and offered special seating which enabled the children to be raised in their chairs during the film. The screen is large and gets bigger as the main...More
Been twice to see Mamma Mia and love this quaint cinema, staff are lovely and although seats not the most comfortable I always enjoy my visits here. Parking is next door so really convenient and so all-in-all a very good experience and will be visiting...More
I’ve lived in Ilkeston all my life and used to love going to the scala
It’s was purchased a few years ago by reel cinema and they replaced the old seats with the most uncomfortable new seats I have ever sat in !!!
A lovely old cinema retaining lots of original features. The seating is spacious and comfy - much improved from years gone by. It is single screen so you don't hear noise from other films which is also good. It shows all the newest releases and...More
We took our visiting granddaughters to see Peter Rabbit here yesterday. It was our first visit to the Scala cinema and hopefully it won’t be our last as the whole experience was great. It was like stepping back in time to before the multiplex buildings...More
Although only a single screen this cinema shows most of the latest releases and for a really good value price.
We particularly like the Tuesday afternoon showing with subtitles and then a visit to the local Wetherspoons 100 metres away for steak night.
Have started using the Scala again in Ilkeston as a refreshing change to the multiplex 3D options elsewhere in Derby.
Seats may not be quite as comfy but it's never packed, parking is right outside and the price is very reasonable, even cheaper on certain...More