Tuesday 3

‘Stallone’ at the Fort Antoine Theatre

The CENTQUATRE-PARIS production company present an intriguing play in the Fort Antoine Theatre on Tuesday, August 3. The play follows Lise, a 25 year-old medical secretary, whose life changed forever after watching ‘Rocky 3’.

The film is said to have such a profound impact on Lise that from then on actor Sylvester Stallone became her imaginary mentor for life.

The performance will begin at 21:30 with free entry, but just make sure to reserve your tickets at the Princess Grace Theatre beforehand. For further information on the Fort Antoine Theatre website, click here.

Thursday 5

Assi El Hallani – Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival

For this year’s ‘Nuit de l’Orient’, Lebanese singing sensation Assi El Hallani will take to the stage of the Salle des Etoiles, resulting in a memorable dinner show under the stars. Assi El Hallani will begin his performance at 22:30, but doors will open at 20:00.

“Internationally acclaimed, the Arab world superstar has been doing hit after hit for the past three decades,” reads the Monte-Carlo Live website, wherein further information can be found and tickets can be reserved.

Friday 6

Paolo Conte – Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival 

After a four year long absence from the world stage, Paolo Conto returns to the Principality, as part of the Italian singer’s international tour in 2021.

Conte will take to the stage of the Salle Garnier in the Monte-Carlo Opera House to perform his greatest hits, such as the one above titled ‘Via Con Me’. The concert will begin at 20:30, while doors will close at 20:00.

Further information can be found on the Monte-Carlo Live website.

‘Le Signal de Promeneur’

The Collectif Raul production company presents Le Signal de Promeneuror ‘The Walker’s Signal’, a story about five broken men that sheds a light on the issues in our society.

This is the final performance in what has been a colourful and successful 51st edition Fort Antoine Theatre season. As it has always been the case throughout this season, The performance will begin at 21:30 with free entry, but just make sure to reserve your tickets at the Princess Grace Theatre beforehand.

Further information can be found Fort Antoine Theatre website,

Saturday 7

Enrique Iglesias – Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival 

The Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival returns this week with yet another exceptional concert. On this rare occasion, world famous Latin artist Enrique Iglesias will take to the stage of the Salle des Etoiles.

The event is dubbed as a dinner show, and will begin at 20:00, while the concert will begin at 22:30. To discover more and reserve tickets, visit the Monte-Carlo Live website.

Fireworks display

Residents of the Principality will not have been able to ignore the firework display on Saturday, July 31. This week, the Marie de Monaco will put on another explosive display from 21:30.

Sunday 8

Karol Mossakowski improvised cine-concert

The 16th International Organ Festival presents this unusual and fascinating cine-concert, starring Karol Mossakowski as he provides improvised organ music to accompany the 1923 silent movie ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’.

This nearly 100 year-old film was directed by Wallace Worsley, and was the first great adaptation of the eponymous novel by Victor Hugo published in 1831.

The event will begin at 17:00 at the Monaco Cathedral. Further information can be found on the Organ Festival website.


Sergio Fermariello ‘Inventum’ Exposition – at the Galerie Adriano Ribolzi

Until the end of August, this exhibition continues to relate the story of a unique and daring encounter between four artists with different horizons. Fermariello’s works are paintings with figures that can be interpreted as warriors.

“For this second part of the Centenary of Maison Ribolzi, it is with the same passion, with the same commitment that I invest in the search for renowned artists offering interesting and high-level works and creations.

Sergio Fermariello, one of the leaders of contemporary Italian artists, corresponded perfectly to my wish and I am happy to welcome him within my walls. His three-dimensional paintings-sculptures use primitive figures of the warrior on horseback combined with resolutely modern materials, in the form of an archaic figurative writing.

For this exhibition, Fermariello also surprises us with two installations similar to wheat fields, but which, for those who are attentive, are in reality listening undulating fields, an invitation to listen to Oneself and the world around.” – Adriano Ribolzi

Alberto Giacometti exhibition – at the Grimaldi Forum

The Grimaldi Forum’s big summer event continues with a retrospective exhibition of sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti’s work, until August 29.

Organised in association with the Giacometti Foundation, this exhibition focuses on every period of the artist’s career and every medium that he used in the creation of his art. 

The exhibition brings together over 230 pieces of work, including masterpieces, which are accompanied by photographs and films to paint the full picture. Visitors will be treated to discoveries in every direction, as part of the journey which has been orchestrated by curator Émilie Bouvard, the Giacometti Foundation’s Director of Collections and Science.

Diane Venet artists’ jewellery exhibition – at the Grimaldi Forum

Diane Venet is exhibiting her collection of artists’ jewellery at the Grimaldi Forum, until August 19. This collection consists of more than 200 small and precious works of art from Picasso, Kapoor, Indiana, Koons, Braque and Dalí to name just a few.

With the help of other collectors, Diane Venet’s collection presents several aesthetics from artists of all generations, from around the world. The exhibition will be held in the Indigo Hall of the Grimaldi Forum, every day from 10:00 to 20:00. Tickets will cost six euros per person. To discover more about the collection, click here.

Featured image: Paolo Conte, who will perform in the Salle des Etoiles on Friday, August 6