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:

Tuesday

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

 

Thursday

9pm: Rock Candy

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: Big Frank & the Healers

 

Saturday

8pm: Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents: 24 Hour Theatre!

9pm: Juke Junction Rockers

 

Sunday

4pm: Irish Trad Session with Sean Tierney

9pm: Singer Songwriter Sessions feat. Mike O'Malley & the Beastie Band

 

Next Week:

Tuesday

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

 

Wednesday

8pm: Linda's Jazz Nights Presents: Rale Micic Quartet

 

Thursday

7pm: Classical Cafe Presents: the Mercury Chamber Players

9pm: Brooks Thomas

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: 718

 

Saturday

9pm: the Dave Hillyard Quintet

 

Sunday

4pm: Irish Trad Session with John Redmond

9pm: Singer Songwriter Sessions feat. Nick Eriksen & Toasty

 

 

Artist of the Month >

Suzanne Hockstein

Suzanne Hockstein

 

reclaim

verb re·claim \ri-ˈklām\

to rescue from an undesirable state

to make available for human use by changing natural conditions

to regain possession of

Suzanne Hockstein has for decades been creating art, dabbling

in mixed media, paper collage and assemblage, and has had

much success with local exhibits.

Also a singer-songwriter, on any given night you can find her

fronting the NY-based band Seeing Voices, or playing acoustic

gigs with her husband/guitar-god Richard.

Now retired, Suzanne is working full time on her art

and music, and is pleased to have her 7th exhibit at

her favorite place in the world, An Beal Bocht Café.

Her current show is all assemblage, using beloved

found-objects from wood to rusry metals, a departure

from her years of paper cutting.

 

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Poor Mouth Theatre Company Presents:

24 Hour THEATRE

SATURDAY FEB. 25TH @8PM

Six writers will meet on the 24th of February.  Each is given a topic and a number of actors.  They have 24 hours to write, rehearse and produce a play of no less than ten minutes, ready to perform at 8pm on the following night, the 25th.  God help us all...One night only (Obviously)