Welcome to
Golden Age cinema and bar
established MMXIII

Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Saturday 22nd December

Live on the
Golden Stage

Pillow Pro
Pillow Pro
with Soft Touch

Pillow Pro are a synth pop duo bringing lounge visions and sensual R&B vibes into the club. Based in Melbourne, Christobel Elliott and Sophie Millis create a dynamic fusion of thick bass lines, ethereal harmonies and rap vocals making audiences dance their way into a world of lux & satin. Pillow Pro's impeccable production value re-invents the alt-pop scene.

Soft Touch is the new project from Grace Stevenson of 100% and Rebel Yell, launching her first single and debuting her first performance at Golden Age. The project shines a different light on Stevenson's past musical endeavours, still electronic but a softer take on past works. The first Soft Touch release will be out early 2019 through Tender Collection.

Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
Drinks 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+

Upcoming Shows

Thursday 21st February
Angus Dawson
'Camouflage' EP Tour
Angus Dawson is already making a name for himself as a master of intricate indie electronica. His latest EP is a collection of some of his best work in six years — full of unique soundscapes and thoughtful song writing.
Friday 22nd February
Reflections VI
Make sure to RSVP to see indie electronic trio Mansionair preview their upcoming debut album for Reflections — our monthly live music series presented with the City of Sydney.
Saturday 23rd February
Greenwave Beth
with Tuffence Meringue
One half of well-loved Sydney band Flowertruck, Greenwave Beth is the electro-pop duo of Charles Rushforth and Will Blackburn. Meet them in the bar to experience the anxious and electrifying sound of their debut EP.
For the discerning  

Golden Gifts:

For the discerning

$6 pilsner  
on Live Music nights

Drinks Special:

$6 pilsner
on Live Music nights

‘The Good old days
are now’


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