Live Music this Saturday!

Big Train is getting their Irish up and taking it to The Shillelagh Club in nearby West Orange, NJ. We’re talking three sets of horn-infused R&B and soul. No cover, no minimum, and a money back guarantee!

It’s Friday so there Must Be a Happy Hour at the Club!

This Friday, May 17th, the Shillelagh Club welcomes The Hardcases-Solo Acoustic Entertainment to play after our Daily Happy Hour celebration. Music starts at 8:00. The Hardcases features Scott Heath, a multi-instrumentalist and member of those veteran Irish pub rockers, The Skels. Scott plays a wide range of cover songs and even a few originals, arranged for a variety of instruments. The kitchen will be open and there’s no cover charge, so bring your friends! The Shillelagh is open to the public and all are welcome.

Irish Movie Night at the Shillelagh

Unquiet Graves: Uncovering Britain’s Secret War In Ireland (Screening)

Tickets, Sun Jun 2, 2019 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

This feature-length documentary investigates the role the British government played in the murder of over 120 civilians in Counties Armagh and Tyrone from July 1972 to 1978. It is a role the British government is continuously working to keep secret and lie about. It debuted in Dublin in February and is now showing throughout Ireland.

This will be it’s first American screening. There will be a Q&A with director Se├ín Murray immediately following.

It will be shown in upstairs room at The Shillelagh Club.
The Shillelagh Club Bar is open to the public 7 nights a week.
Kitchen will open at 3:30 PM this Sunday.

Tickets $10 in advance $15 at the door.


Blues Jam this Saturday 4/27

Do you love the blues? Do you play the blues? Then come on out to the Shillelagh Club the last Saturday of the month, where you can not only hear, but also participate in the blues with some of the best players in the NY/NJ area! We’ll be holding an open jam hosted by blues great Joe Taino, so if you play guitar, drums, bass, or harp, you are invited to join in and showoff your chops.

Joe has opened shows for artists like, The Allman Brothers, Johnny Winter, John Myall, Robin Trower, and Ruth Brown. He has frequently toured Europe, Japan, Brazil and the Caribbean, and can be seen at the best blues clubs as well as the major festivals. But don’t let that intimidate you, because he is also one of the coolest cats you’ll ever meet. Music kicks off at 8:00.