Welcome to
Golden Age cinema and bar
established MMXIII

Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Thursday 25th October

Live on the
Golden Stage

Laurence Pike
Laurence Pike

Laurence Pike is a prolific percussionist/composer who has been operating at the cutting edge of the electronic, rock and jazz music worlds for the better part of two decades with a slew of critically acclaimed releases to his name as part of forward-thinking groups such as PVT, Triosk, Szun Waves and Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, as well as collaborations with the likes of legendary jazz pianist Mike Nock, Bill Callahan, Prefuse 73, Sarah Blasko and D.D Dumbo and Liars.

The Sydney musician released his solo debut 'Distant Early Warning' in March 2018 on the Leaf Label. Performing with little more than a drum kit and sampler, Pike's one man show is a transcendental journey through his own jazz history and the electronic experimentation of his bands.

When
Doors open at 4pm, performance starts at 9pm sharp
Drink Special
From 8:30pm, enjoy Surry Hills Pils for $6 ea or 4 for $20 courtesy of our mates at Sydney Brewery
How much
Free entry, all events 18+
Listen

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 15th December
Broads
Single Launch
Join Melbourne-based indie-noir duo Broads for the launch of their latest single, with support from Sydney’s own Elizabeth Fader.
Saturday 22nd December
Pillow Pro
with Soft Touch
Melbourne-based synth pop duo Pillow Pro bring their thick bass lines and ethereal harmonies to Golden Age with support from Soft Touch, a new project from the brilliant Grace Stevenson (100%, Rebel Yell).
Friday 28th December
Clea
Reflections IV
We’re thrilled to announce Reflections IV — starring the wonderful songwriter Clea — continuing our special monthly series of live music performances presented in partnership with the City of Sydney.
For the discerning  
cinephile

Golden Gifts:

For the discerning
cinephile

$6 pilsner  
on Live Music nights

Drinks Special:

$6 pilsner
on Live Music nights

‘The Good old days
are now’

‘THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE NOW’

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