Welcome to
Golden Age cinema and bar
established MMXIII

Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Saturday 19th January

Live on the
Golden Stage

Merci, Mercy & Decapitators
Merci, Mercy & Decapitators

We’re thrilled to welcome up-and-coming artist Merceedes Thorne (merci, mercy) to our stage, following on from the release of her debut single 'be'. With relaxing vocals and perceptive lyrics, Thorne’s sound carries a sombre and mellow quality that speaks to her childhood in Jindabyne in south-east New South Wales. Her latest releases have already received a wonderful reception, including rotation on Triple J and being premiered on Home and Hosed.

Formed on Otres Beach in Cambodia, Decapitators produce an eclectic indie rock sound. Ranging from off-the-wall, tongue-in-cheek bangers to sonically arresting anthems, the band moves their audience with an energy that’s hard to pin down. After performing in and around Sydney over the past year, Decapitators are gearing up to release their first single in early 2019.

When
Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
Drink Special
From 9:30pm, 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

Thursday 28th March
Rhyen
Sydney EP Launch
Accompanied by a full band and with support from gripping Sydney songstress Darby, this show marks the launch of singer-songwriter Rhyen’s glorious debut EP.
Friday 29th March
World Champion
Reflections VII
Join beloved Sydney trio World Champion for Reflections — our monthly live music series presented with the City of Sydney.
Saturday 30th March
City Rose
with Impatiens
Fresh from supporting UK band IDLES on their Australian/NZ tour, Sydney band City Rose head underground to play our Golden Stage prior to the release of their debut EP.
For the discerning  
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Golden Gifts:

For the discerning
cinephile

$6 pilsner  
on Live Music nights

Drinks Special:

$6 pilsner
on Live Music nights

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