This Wedneday, 19 June - 5pm to 8pm  20% - 50% off all Clothing & Accessories

This Wedneday, 19 June - 5pm to 8pm

20% - 50% off all Clothing & Accessories

Join us this winter for two film screenings in celebration of the great cinematographer Robby Muller and his long history of collaboration with filmmakers Wim Wenders and Jim Jarmusch. Across two Sunday evenings, we will be screening Wim Wenders’ tender and reflective road film Alice in the Cities (1974), and Jim Jarmusch’s neo-noir jailhouse comedy Down by Law (1986) .  Featuring incredible original scores by CAN and John Lurie respectively, these two striking films are a tribute to Robbie Muller's beautiful, minimalistic style.  The first screening is “Alice in the Cities” (1974) - Win Wenders - Sunday, 30 June - 5pm to 8pm  Followed by “Down by Law” (1986) - Jim Jarmusch - Sunday, 7 July  We'll provide the popcorn :)  This event is supported by the City of Sydney.

Join us this winter for two film screenings in celebration of the great cinematographer Robby Muller and his long history of collaboration with filmmakers Wim Wenders and Jim Jarmusch. Across two Sunday evenings, we will be screening Wim Wenders’ tender and reflective road film Alice in the Cities (1974), and Jim Jarmusch’s neo-noir jailhouse comedy Down by Law (1986). Featuring incredible original scores by CAN and John Lurie respectively, these two striking films are a tribute to Robbie Muller's beautiful, minimalistic style.

The first screening is “Alice in the Cities” (1974) - Win Wenders - Sunday, 30 June - 5pm to 8pm

Followed by “Down by Law” (1986) - Jim Jarmusch - Sunday, 7 July

We'll provide the popcorn :)

This event is supported by the City of Sydney.


Broadsheet  says:    “The Vintage Store Bringing Magic to Kings Cross After Dark     Grand Days, a treasure-trove of books and clothes on William Street, has launched a series of after-hours events celebrating music, fashion and film. In partnership with City of Sydney, we step into their colourful, nostalgic world.”   To read the full article click   HERE

Broadsheet says:

“The Vintage Store Bringing Magic to Kings Cross After Dark

Grand Days, a treasure-trove of books and clothes on William Street, has launched a series of after-hours events celebrating music, fashion and film. In partnership with City of Sydney, we step into their colourful, nostalgic world.”

To read the full article click HERE


Time Out   says:   “Walking out with something you had no idea you'd find is the beauty of this eclectic store.”   To read the full article - click   HERE

Time Out says:

“Walking out with something you had no idea you'd find is the beauty of this eclectic store.”

To read the full article - click HERE

Musician, myth maker and storyteller Dan Kelly has spent a lifetime rustling up sweet songs from the magic and mundanity of everyday existence. His post slacker dream pop is alive with imagery, insight and brims with quintessentially Australian humour. Dan’s music has taken him across the world and back with an impressive cast of co conspirators including Paul Kelly, Gareth Liddiard, and Augie March. Grand Nights sees Dan in troubadour mode delivering stories and songs from his impressive catalogue. This will be an event to remember!

Refreshments will be served.

This event is supported by the City of Sydney.


Thursday, 21 March
6.30pm to 8.30pm

Master the art of the scarf with Skarfe, owner and maestro of material, Brad McGlashan. Bringing his collection of wearable art for one 'Grand Night', he will teach us how to swathe silk, tie turbans and give foulards that final flourish. From neckerchiefs and twillies to squares and shawls, no scarf is outside of Brad's tying techniques. So come along and 'tie' one on!

Refreshments will be served before and after the presentation.

This event is supported by the City of Sydney.

Entry to this event is by pre-booked ticket only and we have limited spots available so be sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible - click the box below to RSVP.

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Join us for an intimate set from one of Australia's most gifted and soulful singer-songwriters.


Thursday, 21 February
6pm to 9pm (performance begins at 7pm sharp)

Songwriter, singer and sometimes ukulele whisperer, Leah Flanagan draws deep from a fascinating historical, geographical and cultural mix of Aboriginal, Irish and Italian to draw from. As a result, she possesses a versatility and stylistic range that has seen her work with a long list of diverse musicians and projects.

This event is supported by the City of Sydney.


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Join us this Thursday evening for a night of live authentic Flamenco song.

Join us this Thursday evening for a night of live authentic Flamenco song.

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