19 04 2018
Dublin Design Night
At Powerscourt Townhouse
The third iteration of Dublin Design Night kicks off on April 25, with 20 design destinations welcoming Image Interiors & Living readers to meet some of Ireland’s finest makers. Photography, street art, illustration, interiors, graphic design, food, fashion, mixology all in some Dublin’s most creative spots. Get your free ticket to make your way around 20 different venues on April 25th where you are invited to take part in free workshops, artist talks, designer discussions, meet the maker events, with some food and cocktails thrown in to sweeten the deal.
Throughout Powerscourt Centre, we will have the Garden showing small groups how to create their own terrariums. Atrium, who’ll be running a personalisation evening with designers on hand to monogram, embroider and patch pieces from their collections. And our very own ballroom for IDI’s (Institute of Designers in Ireland) series of Bread & Butter talks, which are running all evening.
* Due to increased demand, they will release more tickets this week, keep an eye out for details! They will also be releasing tickets in the week prior to Dublin Design Night for some of the smaller capacity events!
There are limited tickets available for this night so make sure to pick up your free ticket well in advance! For more details visit the links below:
21 03 2018
Powerscourt Centre supports World Down Syndrome Day with a photography exhibition
Minister of Special Responsibility for Disabilities, Finian McGrath TD, is pleased to recognise Wednesday 21st March as World Down Syndrome Day. World Down Syndrome Day is a global awareness day which has been celebrated all over the world since 2006. It aims to create a single global voice for advocating for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down Syndrome as a positive development.
Finian said, “Today there are celebrations in over 100 countries all over the world with an annual conference in the UN in both New York and Geneva in conjunction with the Human Rights Council. I am so proud and happy to see that two people with Down Syndrome from Ireland spoke at the event in Geneva about their lives of being involved in their community”.
This evening Powerscourt Centre is delighted to support Down Syndrome Ireland and Frank Keane Volkswagen with their ‘Who Am I?’ Photography Exhibition which launches this evening at Powerscourt Townhouse Centre until April 30th. Watch some of the people behind the new photo exhibition from Down Syndrome Ireland with Ryan Tubridy on the Late Late Show – https://t.co/ovirfMsV3K
The Minister will launch the photographic exhibition this evening – “and that is ‘What I Bring to my Community’. I want today and indeed everyday to be a day when people with Down Syndrome can be loud and proud of how they enrich us their families, the community in which they live and society generally. I hope today will raise awareness of Down Syndrome among the general public of what it means to have Down Syndrome, and how people with Down Syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities”.
Binneas will play this weekend in Powerscourt to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Festival. Showcasing the best in traditional Irish music, this will be a must-see for those looking to hear traditional Irish music in a beautiful setting.
Saturday – 2pm – 4pm
Sunday – 1.30pm -3.30pm
ST PATRICK’S WEEKEND
MOTHER’S DAY AT POWERSCOURT CENTRE
This Sunday 11th March Powerscourt Centre will be celebrating a very special day of the year, Mother’s Day. So why not treat your Mum to a nice lunch at any of our three restaurants and listen to some lovely musical entertainment from Richie Ros Music from 1:30pm-3:30pm.
Richie Ros is a singer/songwriter who has worked David Odlum, Grammy Award-winning producer formerly of The Frames, to produce Richie’s Debut album in his Black box studio in France. The album is called Odyssey – the journey of a young boy who in spite of all the odds stacked against him had worked to create his own fairytale. The music in his soul had, in his own words, finally “set him free”.
Richie’s debut EP has been released with tracks including “Fairytales”, “Strange Mentality”, “To Infinity and Beyond” and “Sweet Serenade”. For more information please visit Richie’s website here: http://www.richieros.com
Powerscourt Centre welcomes the Penn Counterparts – A Capella all the way from Pennsylvania. They will be performing at the Centre at lunchtime tomorrow as part of their Irish Tour – featuring a sultry pairing of modern pop favourites with classic jazz standards, the Counterparts musical experience offers something for everybody! Pop on down at 1:30pm to see them live. We’re looking forward to it!
Check out their website for more information: http://penncounterparts.com/
It’s the final weekend to see Ste Murray’s wonderful exhibition ‘Alone Together’ at Powerscourt Townhouse Centre. Don’t forget to pop by and see it! Some of the fabulously framed prints from the exhibition are still available to purchase, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org or www.ste.ie/prints
Charting the life of Argentina’s iconic first lady, Eva Perón, the musical follows her meteoric rise from Argentina’s slums to the presidential palace. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, including the classic “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”, EVITA is a timeless tale of power, lust, and greed.
After selling out of their successful show WEST SIDE STORY, the Trinity Musical Theatre Society are very excited about their second endeavour on stage.
EVITA runs February 14th – 17th at the O’Reilly Theatre.
Tickets on sale NOW at https://www.evopass.io/event/evita/
Student/Child: €15 | Adult: €17.50
This weekend we are delighted to have two wonderful choirs join us at Powerscourt Centre for the festive season. The Culwick Choral Society will be performing on stage tomorrow, Saturday 16th December in the centre, supporting Dublin Simon at 3pm. Along with the wonderful St.Marys Choir who will be performing on stage in the centre on Sunday 17th at 3pm.
15 12 2017
BEWLEY’S CAFÉ THEATRE @ Powerscourt in association with Sad Strippers is proud to present The Winner of the Fishamble New Writing Award in the Dublin Fringe Festival 2017 – ALL HONEY By Ciara Elizabeth Smyth, Directed by Jeda de Brí. Starring Ashleigh Dorrell, David Fennelly, Danielle Galligan, Keith Jordan and Ciara Elizabeth Smyth
Ru and Luke are throwing a house-warming. They intend to warm their house. However, their guests seem more interested in whispering in the box room than joining the festivities. Explosive characters and unfolding secrets mean Ru and Luke will have to clean up more than red wine stains and glitter. All Honey is a laugh-out-loud comedy of manners in contemporary Dublin.
Watch in horror and hilarity as friends become enemies. An hilariously bonkers and joyous start to the New Year.
From the company that brought you the hilarious TRIANGLES (2016) and the critically-acclaimed Pacemaker (Scene + Heard, 2017), Sad Strippers brings you their newest, laugh-out-loud comedy that will have your eyes streaming and your face aching.
Set design by Sinéad Purcell, lighting design by Maggie O’Donovan, costume design by Ellen Therese Fleming.
BEWLEY’S CAFÉ THEATRE @ POWERSCOURT
BOOKING: www.bewleyscafetheatre.com or 0868784001.
Opens January 9th (previews 8th) and plays till January 27th, 2017.
Mon-Sat at 1pm (doors open at 12.50pm)
Tickets: Low-price Mondays €8, Tues – Thurs €10, Fri – Sat €12.
Light Lunch available €4.
BOOKING: 086-8784001 / www.bewleyscafetheatre.com
FOR MEDIA INFORMATION OR PICTURES PLEASE CONTACT
Bewley’s Café Theatre would like to acknowledge the support of The Arts Council in making this production possible. Supported by Dublin City Council.