Monday 3

Le Songe – Monte-Carlo Ballet

Jean-Christophe Maillot and the Monte-Carlo Ballet present ‘Le Songe’. The performance has been directed and choreographed by Maillot to the music of Felix Mendelssohn, Daniel Teruggi and Bertrand Maillot.

The performance will commence at 14:00 in the Salle des Princes of the Grimaldi Forum. To discover more, click here. Tickets for this date can be reserved here.

Tuesday 4

Le Songe – Day 2

Jean-Christophe Maillot’s ‘Le Songe’ will be performed again on Tuesday this week and for the final time in the Ballets de Monte-Carlo’s 2020/21 season.

The performance will begin at 14:00 in the Salle des Princes. To discover more, click here. Tickets for this date can be reserved here.

OPMC Chamber Music Concert

This Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra 2020/21 season ‘Happy Hour’ concert will bring together a selection of talented string instrumentalists to perform two string octets, by Félix Mendelssohn and Dmitri Chostakovich.

The concert will commence at 16:00 in the Auditorium Rainier III, click here for further information. Tickets can be reserved here.

Wednesday 5

EVER Monaco exposition

The 16th edition of EVER Monaco will be taking place from May 5 to May 7, 2021. Unlike in past editions, the ecological vehicle and renewable energy exposition will be held in the Espace Fontvieille this year, in order to meet the increasing demand of exhibitors.

The EVER event will be free to enter for all from 10:00 until 18:30, and visitors to the Fontvieille venue can rest assured that it is a ‘Monaco Safe‘ labelled location.

To discover more about the EVER event, click here.

Saturday 8

4th Formula E Monaco E-Prix race

Formula E returns to the Principality in its fourth edition this year, with the final race of the electrified event scheduled for Saturday, May 8.

The 2021 Monaco E-Prix features an adapted version of the Formula 1 Monaco Circuit, which follows the identical route that was used for the inaugural Grand Prix in 1929.

Click here to discover more about the E-Prix.

In the cinema this week

Unfortunately, the Cinema des Beaux-Arts has been closed until further notice as a result of restrictions in France and the curfew in the Principality. Look out for updates in future editions of ‘This Week in Monaco’.