Five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train find out their missions have something in common. The non-stop thrill-ride through modern-day Japan from director David Leitch starring Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock will be featured in English with French subtitles in the Cinema des Beaux Arts at the Princess Grace Theatre on Tuesday, September 13 at 18:30.
“The High Table”
Ireland themed fundraising event in the aid of the ATLANTIC Youth Trust that connects Young People with the Ocean, Adventure and the Environment.
The evening starts at 18:00 with the World Premier of ‘Unsinkable Entrepreneur’, a film on Enda O’Coineen’s epic journey, racing solo, circumnavigating the earth as the first ever Irish entrant to qualify for the Vendée Globe. At 19:00 the Welcome Reception will be followed by Gala Dinner to inaugurate the launch of the Grace O’Malley, Youth Development Ship Initiative. At the Yacht Club Monaco on Wednesday, September 13. www.atlanticyouthtrust.org
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Special Concert – “Tribute to Princess Grace”
Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, 22/23 season under the Presidency of HRH the Princess of Hanover performs “Tribute to Princess Grace” with David Brophy (conductor), Frankie Gavin and Ciara O’Brien (violins) and De Dannan (traditional Irish music).
At the Auditorium Rainier III at 20:00 on Thursday, September 15.
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A.M.L.A. Gala – “Mystical Bolivia”
The Monaco Latin American Association in collaboration with No Finish Line International invite you to discover “Mystical Bolivia”, Under The High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.
This select fundraising event will be held on September 17, at the emblematic Monaco Yacht Club.
The AMLA GALA events honour one different Latin American country every year.
“This year 2022 it intends to immerse Monegasque and international guests into the unique DNA of the Bolivian cultural melting pot. An experience that promises to be memorable, that will not fail to awaken and expand your senses, with typical Bolivian typical gastronomy, mixology, art, music and typical dances while visiting Bolivians experience the privileged opportunity to showcase their art in the Principality,” the organisers say.
A unique group of Bolivian personalities, philanthropists, cinema stars, producers and artists will be united by a social purpose which is to advance the associations’ mission to create and strengthen links of friendship and solidarity between people and communities in Monaco and Latin America.
Mark your calendars, not to miss out on this experience and reserve your tickets at email@example.com, or per SMS at 06 78 63 25 15 or www.amlagala.com
“Together, Let’s Save Lives” – The Foundation Flavien invites you to the Jardins d’Apolline for a day of activities and entertainments in aid of the charity (the month of September is dedicated to raising awareness about paediatric cancers). The programme includes a skate park, biker parade, JPS trail, refreshments stand, tombola, a first-aid stand run by the Monaco Red Cross where visitors can learn what to do in an emergency, bouncy castles, lego workshops, and much more. On Saturday 17 September 2022, from 9:00 to 18:00 at La Condamine.
Saturday 17 & Sunday 18
3rd Monaco International Cat Show
A prestige show for cat breeds, organised by the Monegaque Association De Gati De Munegu in partnership with the LOOF (Livre Officiel des Origines Félines). From Saturday 17 to Sunday 18 September at the Espace Léo Ferré.
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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: 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 from 10:00 to 19:00.
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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The title of the exhibition clearly circumscribes a geography, that of the Côte-d’Azur to Bordighera, in Italy, that 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. Discover more at the Nuveau Musée national de Monaco website.
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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.
“Christian Bérard, Excentrique Bébé”
The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco is presenting an exhibition devoted to the artist Christian Bérard (1902–1949). The exhibition is running until October 16, 2022 at Villa Paloma.
Featuring interior views and Mediterranean landscapes, the show makes reference to the places associated with Bérard’s many stays in the south: these include Monte Carlo, where he produced his first designs for the Ballets Russes in 1932, Tamaris, where he had his studio during the summer period, the Lily Pastré estate in Marseille, and the villa belonging to Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles in Hyères. Over 300 paintings, drawings, photographs and interior decorations trace Christian Bérard’s encounters and collaborations with the great creators of the time, among whom Jean Cocteau, Louis Jouvet, Christian Dior and Gabrielle Chanel.
Discover more at the NMNM website.
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