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14th March 2013 – 17th March 2013

10:00- 6:30pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, 59 South William Street , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316794144

WEB

www.powerscourtcentre.ie

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Powerscourt Townhouse St Patrick’s Festival

This year the Powerscourt Townhouse centre will host a Patrick’s Festival for the week of the 14th- 17th. The centre will be

themed for the St Patrick’s festival and each of the tenants will dress their windows green. Supporting everything Irish the Centre will run a week long activities including Irish Dancing shows on the steps of the Centre with Jig, tours of the centre to include its history etc, followed by Irish coffee making classes in PYG restaurant.  Irish poetry recitals in the creative space on the Top floor of the Centre.  Lunch & evening time performances to include harp players, Irish folk singers etc.

Powerscourt townhouse St Patrick’s festival to link up with to the gathering, to attract tourists to the centre.

Facilities:

Powerscourt Centre is a popular tourist spot and many people come from around the world to admire the house and its architecture. It is quite common to hear different European languages all around you, as people eat in the Centre’s many restaurants.

The Centre prides itself on having a very high-standard in customer service.

It is extremely customer friendly with good signage and a panoramic lift to upper floors. The following facilities are available in the Centre to all our patrons:

•ATM banking on the ground floor

•Baby-changing facilities

•Internet Kiosk

•Disabled entrance (at the Coppinger Row entrance)

•Toilets

 

Thursday 14th:

3pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing Show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 6pm: Jig, the Story of Irish Dance, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Friday 15th

1.30-5pm: Magic Turtles - Art Workshop for families, Top floor, Children €5 & Adults go free.

2pm -4pm: Traditional Irish music, Courtyard.

3pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Saturday 16th:

1.30-5pm: The Magic Turtles - Art Workshop for families, Top floor, Children €5 & adults go free.

2pm: Harp Ocrchestra, Powerscourt Centre, Ground Floor.

3pm & 4pm: Live Traditional Irish Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

4pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing show, Powerscourt Theatre.

5pm: Emer Dunner (Singer) accompanied by Drua, Ground Floor.

6pm: Jig, the Story of Irish Dance, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Sunday 17th:

2.30-2.45pm:Live Trad Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

2pm-4pm: Childrens Balloon sculpturing & Facepainting, Ground Floor.

3pm-4pm: Live Traditional Irish Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

4pm: Hop Up -Irish Dancing Show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

History:

Powerscourt Centre is a speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street.Formally, 59 South William Street was home to Richard Wingfield 3rd Viscount Powerscourt (1730-1788) and his wife Lady Amelia, who bought the Townhouse to entertain guests during Parliament season. Back then, the building was a house for parties, and very much lives up to that reputation nowadays!

Powerscourt Townhouse St Patrick’s Festival

14th March 2013 – 17th March 2013

10:00- 6:30pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, 59 South William Street , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316794144

WEB

www.powerscourtcentre.ie

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This year the Powerscourt Townhouse centre will host a Patrick’s Festival for the week of the 14th- 17th. The centre will be

themed for the St Patrick’s festival and each of the tenants will dress their windows green. Supporting everything Irish the Centre will run a week long activities including Irish Dancing shows on the steps of the Centre with Jig, tours of the centre to include its history etc, followed by Irish coffee making classes in PYG restaurant.  Irish poetry recitals in the creative space on the Top floor of the Centre.  Lunch & evening time performances to include harp players, Irish folk singers etc.

Powerscourt townhouse St Patrick’s festival to link up with to the gathering, to attract tourists to the centre.

Facilities:

Powerscourt Centre is a popular tourist spot and many people come from around the world to admire the house and its architecture. It is quite common to hear different European languages all around you, as people eat in the Centre’s many restaurants.

The Centre prides itself on having a very high-standard in customer service.

It is extremely customer friendly with good signage and a panoramic lift to upper floors. The following facilities are available in the Centre to all our patrons:

•ATM banking on the ground floor

•Baby-changing facilities

•Internet Kiosk

•Disabled entrance (at the Coppinger Row entrance)

•Toilets

 

Thursday 14th:

3pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing Show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 6pm: Jig, the Story of Irish Dance, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Friday 15th

1.30-5pm: Magic Turtles - Art Workshop for families, Top floor, Children €5 & Adults go free.

2pm -4pm: Traditional Irish music, Courtyard.

3pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Saturday 16th:

1.30-5pm: The Magic Turtles - Art Workshop for families, Top floor, Children €5 & adults go free.

2pm: Harp Ocrchestra, Powerscourt Centre, Ground Floor.

3pm & 4pm: Live Traditional Irish Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

4pm: Hop Up- Irish Dancing show, Powerscourt Theatre.

5pm: Emer Dunner (Singer) accompanied by Drua, Ground Floor.

6pm: Jig, the Story of Irish Dance, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

Sunday 17th:

2.30-2.45pm:Live Trad Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

2pm-4pm: Childrens Balloon sculpturing & Facepainting, Ground Floor.

3pm-4pm: Live Traditional Irish Music & Dancing, Ground Floor.

4pm: Hop Up -Irish Dancing Show, Powerscourt Theatre.

 

History:

Powerscourt Centre is a speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street.Formally, 59 South William Street was home to Richard Wingfield 3rd Viscount Powerscourt (1730-1788) and his wife Lady Amelia, who bought the Townhouse to entertain guests during Parliament season. Back then, the building was a house for parties, and very much lives up to that reputation nowadays!

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