During those smoky halcyon days, movie theatres were so much more than an entertainment venue. They were a passport to the world; news from the front, access to distant lands, the unimaginable glamour of Astaire and Rogers, Bogey and Bacall.
The social experimentalists at Right Angle Studio want to make that dream a reality. They have taken on the daunting task of turning the heritage-listed Paramount Pictures building in Surry Hills into the Golden Age Cinema, a working 60-seat theatre and bar with regular screenings, special events and a bar menu that references the past without copying it.
Scheduled to open on 6th September, the Golden Age Cinema is a work of great distinction that will revive tradition and create history. Bringing back the exclusivity and class of the cinema-going experience, this is one ‘coming soon’ that is worth the hype.
Our Golden Age
Opening on 6 September 2013
The former Paramount Pictures Building, 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills 2010