Soirées de Monaco-Ville – “Monaco evenings”
Monaco evening with a treasure hunt, three musicians and an animator from 16:00 to 21:00 on the Rock.
Monaco-Ville invites you to rediscover the authentic alleys of the old town with musicians and dancers. The perfect opportunity to enjoy a holiday feeling on the Rock! Those wishing to continue these evenings around a convivial meal in the heart of the historic district of the Principality can even use the 100% electric Rocher shuttle. This provides a circuit linking Monaco-Ville to Place Saint-Dévote, every quarter of an hour from 20:00 to 22:50, in addition to the usual bus lines. These activities are organised with the support of the Prince’s Government and the Town Hall of Monaco as part of the economic recovery in favour of local commerce.
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Concert – “Gospel”
The last in the series of free and open to all concerts on Le Square Théodore Gastaud organised by Monaco Town Hall. From 19:30 to 22:00 on Wednesday, August 24.
Discover more on Monaco City hall website.
Spectacle – “Delirious”
A wild circus cabaret show with some of the most captivating, jaw-dropping and outrageous performers ever to descend upon Monaco. Under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II Of Monaco. From Friday August 26 to Sunday September 4, from 19:15 every night except on Monday August 29 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.
Reserve your tickets by e mail at email@example.com or call the box office +33 6 80 86 42 00.
Discover more at the Grimaldi Forum website.
The Southern Ocean arrives at the Oceanographic Museum
Two new exhibitions to discover until September 26, 2022, in partnership with the French Southern and Antarctic Lands (TAAF).
The year 2022 marks the 250th anniversary of the discovery, a few weeks apart, of the Crozet and Kerguelen archipelagos by France. On this occasion, and as part of the polar program led by the Oceanographic Institute, two new temporary exhibitions are simultaneously presented by the TAAF at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco from July 26 to September 26, 2022: Voyage en terres australes – Crozet et Kerguelen 1772 -2002 and De Dumont d’Urville at DDU: the French in Antarctica.
About forty panels, combining maps, archival documents, historical and contemporary photographs, occupy the Conference Room of the Oceanographic Museum. Visitors embark on a journey to the heart of the historical and natural heritage of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands, and their contemporary issues.
The Oceanographic Museum is open every day: in August: from 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. In September: from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Exhibition – “Cinémato !”
An exhibition about Albert I of Monaco, pioneer of sound and image, with loans from the Palace Archives, the Oceanographic Institute, and Phono Museum Paris, organised by the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco. Until December 30, from Monday to Friday, from 10 to 17:30. (17:00 on Fridays), at the Institut Audiovisuel de Monaco.
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CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN – L’EXHIBITION[NISTE] – CHAPTER II
A major summer event from the Grimaldi Forum Monaco is dedicated to the work and imagination of Christian Louboutin, a footwear designer and key figure in the fashion industry who has drawn much of his inspiration from the Principality.
The set design encompasses 2,000 m² and unveils previously unseen works tied to the designer’s Monegasque inspirations as well as new collaborations, including a unique project being developed with British artist Allen Jones.
Far from a classic retrospective, the exhibition path was designed as a joyful odyssey through three decades of abundant creativity infused with curiosity for all cultures and arts.
While the shoes will take pride of place, with a selection of unique pieces, the designer especially wanted to pay tribute to those who inspire him and make him dream.
The exhibition will close in August 28, 2022. From 10:00 to 20:00, and Tuesday and Thursday evenings until 22:00 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.
The title of the exhibition clearly circumscribes a geography, that of the Côte-d’Azur to Bordighera, in Italy, which Helmut Newton photographed from the 1960s until his death in the early 2000s. “A Riviera” is thus a pretext to explore the work of a major photographer of the 20th century in a different way, through now famous images, like others rarely presented to the public.
At Villa Sauber until 13.11.2022.
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“From One World To Another, From The Visible To The Invisible”
The temporary exhibition “From One World To Another, From The Visible To The Invisible”, invites visitors to discover previously unseen and original collections kept at the Monaco Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology, where some of them have been for more than a century. Until Saturday 31 December 2022 at the Musée d’Anthropologie Préhistorique.
Discover more at the Museum’s website.