An Beal Bocht Cafe is the premiere venue showcasing both Irish and local music, poetry, comedy, theatre and art exhibits.  Our friendly staff serves a hearty menu and tasty drinks to make sure you enjoy your time at our cafe.

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Live Music Schedule

This Week: Oct. 16 - Oct. 22

Tuesday

9pm:  The Bronx's Best & Longest Running Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan. All Welcome!

 

Thursday

8pm: Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents: Thom Pain

9pm: Claude Bourbon

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: Allen Gogarty

 

Saturday

8pm: Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents: Thom Pain

9pm: Niall Connolly

 

Sunday

2pm: Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents: Thom Pain

4pm: Irish Trad Session with John Redmond & Sean Tierney

8pm: Singer Songwriter Sessions feat. the Karen Hudson River Band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Week: Oct. 23 - Oct. 29

Tuesday

9pm:  The Bronx's Best & Longest Running Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan. All Welcome!

 

Thursday

9pm: the Pressers w/Eric Sullivan

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: Jim Petrie Band

 

Saturday

6pm: John Pinamonti Solo

9pm: An Beal Bocht's Annual Halloween Party & Costume Contest with Johnny 7

 

Sunday

4pm: Irish Trad Session with John Redmond & Sean Tierney

8pm: Singer Songwriter Sessions feat. David Jacobsen & Julian Bar-Ilan

The Creepy Baby Project

The Creepy Baby Project started as a college project several years ago. Since then it has evolved into a love for finding the broken, aged and decrept loved dolls of the past. Then giving them a forum to showcase their current splendor. What most find to be ugly, broken and worthless are the complete opposite to me.
They each have a story to tell....
just listen.

 

Opening Night Reception Sat. Oct. 8th @5pm

 

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Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents:

Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno

Thurs. Oct. 19 @8pm, Sat. Oct. 21 @8pm, Sun. Oct. 22 @2pm

A monologue in which the protagonist, who has suffered a lot in his life, tells the story of a bee sting, a boy with a dog that died, and his experience with a woman.

 

"Astonishing in its impact. . . . One of the treasured nights in the theatre that can leave you both breathless with exhilaration and, depending on your sensitivity to meditations on the bleak and beautiful mysteries of human experience, in a puddle of tears . . ."

New York Times


Thursday, Oct 19, 8pm
Saturday, Oct 21, 8pm
Sunday, Oct 22, 2pm
An Beal Bocht Cafe
445 W. 238th Street, Riverdale, Bronx, NY

Tickets $20 - BrownPaperTickets