Dalymount will be hosting a new open-mic night once a month – starting next Saturday at 8pm (March 9th).

Admission is free and the night will start with an open mic.

Anyone is free to play, just bring your instrument, loosen your vocal chords at the bar and stick your name on the list.

This coming Dalymount Session will showcase four acts, including…


  • Hypno Puppets: Visit Facebook site, visit YouTube site, visit SoundCloud site.
  • Tom Eaton: “A young singer-songwriter from the Sligo scene and plays a mix of his own songs, whose voice, guitarmanship and experience betray his age.”

Other acts to be announced in coming days.

If you are interested in playing or singing on the night DalymountSessions@bohemians.ie.




Don’t forget there’s a table quiz tonight in the newly-refurbished Jackie Jameson Bar (pictured) from 8pm with all monies raised going to the club.

Table of 4: €20.

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Bohemians are once again marking the final of the Africa Cup of Nations by laying on an evening of football, food and music at the Home of Irish Football this Sunday (February 10th).

For the third Africa Cup of Nations tournament in a row, we invite our fans, friends, neighbours and members of the African community to join us in watching the final in Dalymount Park’s Phoenix Bar.

Doors open at 5pm, with food served at 6pm, when the game kicks off.

Post-match entertainment will be provided by DJs Jay Carax (Punky Reggae Party), Thomas (Freebooters and Sin É Friday night regular) and Sparky (White collar boy) playing long into the night.

And for all you early-starters looking for a whole day of sporting action, don’t forget the weekly Sunday Club starts at 12pm in the Members’ Bar where all the best of day’s Premier League football will be shown.


Go on… break a leg

Bohemian FC is hosting a special performance of Peter Sheridan’s one-man show at the Viking Theatre, Clontarf, on Monday February 4th.

This performance of Break A Leg will be a fundraiser for the Society of St Vincent de Paul.

Bohemians are acknowledging in this way the society’s work to alleviate the effects on so many people of the current crisis.

Sheridan has had big success with his books of memoirs, 44, Forty-Seven Roses and Break A Leg. The current show is a first-ever run based on the most recent volume.


The Viking Theatre is above Connollys pub (also The Sheds) on the Clontarf Road, near the junction with Vernon Avenue.

For bookings, call 0871129970 or email vikingtheatre@dublin.com. The show starts at 8pm and doors open at the football-friendly time of 7.45pm.



The Bohemians Last Man Standing competition is BACK for 2013.

Click here to enter.

We will be using the League of Ireland Premier and First division fixtures, starting with the opening day fixtures on March 8th.

The Last Man Standing competitions have raised over €20,000 for Bohemians in the last three season and the same amount has been given out in prize money.

These competitions have raised vital funds for the club and we aim to continue our efforts to support Bohs on and off the pitch. We encourage all true Gypsies to enter the competition and to recruit friends and family members to join in. For this series, the entry fee is just €10


It’s easy to take part and there’s fun and excitement in the competition, as well as the satisfaction of knowing that half of all the entry fees goes to Bohemian Football Club. There’s also potentially a massive prize for the winner of the competition.

To play, you pick a team from the League of Ireland in week one. If they win you go through to next round where you pick another team (you cannot pick the same team twice). If your team loses or draws you are out. Simple as that.

If you join the competition you get an email notice ahead of each round of fixtures with a deadline to reply with your selection.

This continues until we have a Last Man Standing (or woman, as we have had more than one female winner!), who picks up the prize money. If more than one person is still standing after 10 matches, then they will share the pot of all entry fees received.

Click here to enter.

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