Welcome to
Golden Age cinema and bar
established MMXIII

Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Friday 26th April

Live on the
Golden Stage

Washington
Washington
Reflections VIII

Please Note: All ballot winners for this free event have been finalised, notified by email and added to our door list. Unless notified, your RSVP does not guarantee entry.

Join modern pop's patron saint Washington for Reflections — our special monthly series of live music performances presented in partnership with the City of Sydney.

A platinum-selling and ARIA award winning musician, Washington has been known to reduce grown men to tears. The acute thinker and blistering performer has long captivated music listeners with her ability to tell stories that inflate the spirit.

"Washington possesses a force. She takes emotions and handles them like embers, beautiful and untouchable, and when she blows on them they ignite." — Alex Cameron (musician)

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

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 20th April
Mimi Gilbert and Reddenhollow
with Aislinn Young
Both hailing from the United States, join Mimi Gilbert and Taylor Moses (Reddenhollow) for a special collaborative show as they bring their acclaimed Australian Tour to a close.
Wednesday 24th April
SAYAH
Support TBC
Sydney-based singer/songwriter SAYAH is back — taking her brand new live set to our Golden Stage and showcasing some new tunes from her latest releases.
Saturday 27th April
Obscura Hail
Post Mortem 3
Conceived on NSW’s south coast in 2006, and now buried alive somewhere in Northcote, Obscura Hail are sneaking into Sydney and Melbourne's most intimate spaces to fill strangers with relative truths.
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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