In “47 Roses”, Peter Sheridan conjures up the voices, sights and songs of his 1960’s childhood in Dublin, in a powerful coming-of-age story, peopled with deliciously eccentric characters and wonderfully bizarre incidents. By turns, brilliantly funny and intensely moving, this remarkable performance packs a considerable punch – a cultural gem. #BewleysCafeTheatre #47Roses #SummerAtTheTownhouse ... See MoreSee Less
ATM banking on the ground floor Baby-changing facilities Internet Kiosk Disabled entrance (at the Coppinger Row entrance) and Toilets
Powerscourt is served by Five Multi Story Car Parks. As well as having its own entrance from the Brown Thomas Car Park, it is also within a short walking distance of Drury St, Royal Surgeons, Trinity St. and Stephens Green Shopping Centre car parks.
Now, you can surf the web on your laptop from the comfort of the Powerscourt Centre in any of our cafes thanks to Bitbuzz, the leading wireless Internet provider in Ireland. The Free Bitbuzz service enables customers / visitors to the Centre to access the web and read their emails at broadband speeds.
In 1774 Richard Wingfield 3rd Viscount Powerscourt and his wife Lady Amelia moved into number 59 South William Street. This was their Townhouse since they owned a Country House, Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry Co Wicklow.