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.
Live Music Schedule
8pm: Flaca Music Presents: the Cover Collective does Holidays & the Cure
9pm: The Bronx's Longest Running (and BEST!) Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan! All Welcome!
8pm & 9:30pm: Linda's Jazz Night Presents: Battle of the Bronx II: Eric Alexander vs. Vincent Herring! 2 sets, $15/set or $25/both. Tickets avail. (LindasJazzNights.com)
9pm: Steve Oates
6pm: Mary Courtney
9pm: Seeing Voices (SeeingVoices.net)
9pm: New York Brogue
4pm: Irish Trad Session with Sean Tierney
8pm: Singer Songwriter Session feat. Mike Davidson & Coyote Love (CoyoteLoveMusic.com)
9pm: The Bronx's Longest Running (and BEST!) Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan. All Welcome!
8pm: Poetry Night hosted by Melinda Wilson feat. Special guest TBA. All Welcome!
9pm: Peter Margolis
6pm: Mary Courtney
9pm: Mike Golden
9pm: The Slippery Chickens (TheSlipperyChickens.com)
4pm: Irish Trad Session with John Redmond
8pm: Singer Songwriter Sessions feat. The Triboro Trad Authority
Keith McDermott & Suzanne Hockstein
Keith McDermott contributed the photographs for the Kuzanne McStein Collaboration, and this is his third photo exposition at An Beal Bocht. The subjects range from Selfie, Natural, Urban, Humor, and a combination of Nature and Urban. Keith is excited for this collaboration because it re-envision his original pieces.
Suzanne Hockstein is a mixed media artist who is always looking around for beautiful images to cut out of paper or wood or fabric or metal. Having fallen hard for and coveting the photographic visions of Keith, a plan for collaboration was born. Aside from annual February exhibits at An Beal Bocht, this marks her first, but likely not last cross-over event with Keith.
Hansel & Gretel - A Holiday Pantomime
A wacky send up of the traditional tale of Hansel & Gretel's adventures through live action and songs. This show is in the tradition of English and Irish pantomimes which means it's raucous, noisy and fun for all ages (really, this is not just a kids show).
Thursday 12/15 at 8pm
Saturday 12/17 at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday 12/18 at 2pm
Show running time is about 1 hour.
$15/adults and $10/children 12 and under
Buy tickets beginning 12/5 at An Beal Bocht or online at BrownPaperTickets.com.