Suspiria: Film and Concert
Head to old-world cinema Golden Age and catch the 70s cult classic flick, complete with a live orchestral gig.
Dario Argento's 1977 film Suspiria continues to delight and thrill horror film enthusiasts — even Call Me By Your Name Director Luca Guadagnino did a remake of the cult classic in 2018. So if you're a cinephile, you won't want to miss this uncensored Sydney Solstice's screening of the Italian original.
Happening on Thursday, June 18, the screening comes complete with a live music element, too. So, make tracks to old-school Surry Hills cinema Golden Age to catch a string quartet featuring members of Sydney Symphony Orchestra's Fellowship program performing music inspired by the chilling film. Then, grab some popcorn and watch Suspiria splash all of its pink-and-red-hued glory across the big screen. You can prep for your supernatural adventure by grabbing a cocktail and snacks from the on-site bar, too.
Top image: Suspiria, copyright Golden Age Cinema