Tuesday 4

Marnie – Tout l’Art du Cinema

The Audiovisual Institute of Monaco presents the screening of the 1964 film No Springtime for Marnie. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, the American psychological thriller also features Sean Connery and Diane Baker.

The screening will begin at 20:00 on Tuesday, April 4 in the Théâtre des Variétés, and the film will play in English with French subtitles.

Discover more on the Tout l’Art du Cinema website.

Wednesday 5

Grigory Sokolov recital – OPMC

The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents a Grigory Sokolov solo recital at the Auditorium Rainier III, from 20:00 on Wednesday, April 5.

The Russian pianist is among the most esteemed of living pianists, with a repertoire spanning composers from the Baroque period. On this occasion, Sokolov will perform the works of Purcell and Mozart.

Discover more and reserve tickets on the OPMC website.

Wednesday 5, Saturday 8 & Sunday 9

Snow White Sees Red – French Theatre

Snow White Sees Red will feature at the Théâtre des Muses on three dates this week. A fun take on the classic fairytale allows the little ones to discover the story, while giving the adults a laugh.

Snow White will see red from 16:30 on Wednesday, April 5, from 14:30 and 16:30 on Saturday, April 8 and from 11:00 on Sunday, April 9.

Discover more and reserve tickets on the Théâtre des Muses website.

Thursday 6

88 Times Infinity – French theatre

The Princess Grace Theatre presents 88 Times Infinity. Written by Isabelle Le Nouvel and directed by Jérémie Lippmann, with Niels Arestrup and François Berléand, the story follows two half-brothers, who reunite thirteen years after falling out over a romantic rivalry.

The performance will begin at 20:00 in the Princess Grace Theatre on Thursday, April 6. Discover more on the PGT website.

Friday 7

Leçon de Ténèbres concert

Soprano Zeynep Castel-Branco will be performing the works of Belgian composer Joseph-Hector Fiocco, accompanied by organist Lara Castiglione.

The concert will commence at 19:00 on Friday, April 7 in the Reformed Church on 7 rue Louis Notari in Monaco.

Thursday 6, Friday 7, Saturday 8 & Sunday 9

Dolto – French Theatre

The French theatre production Dolto will be performed on four occasions this week at the Théâtre des Muses. Written and staged by Eric Bu, the story follows eight year-old François in Paris in 1916. The young girl aspires to become a doctor one day, but nobody takes her seriously.

The critically acclaimed performance will begin at 20:30 on Thursday through to Saturday, April 8, and from 16:30 on Sunday, April 9. Discover more and reserve tickets on the Théâtre des Muses website.

Sunday 9

In the heart of Romanticism – OPMC

The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents a special symphonic concert, featuring conductor and piano soloist Christian Zacharias and the works of Brahms and Schumann

The concert will commence at 18:00 in the Auditorium Rainier III on Sunday, April 9, following a presentation of the works by André Peyrègne at 17:00.

Discover more and reserve tickets on the OPMC website.


Iryna Zubenko – The energy of life – Exhibition

“Creation and creativity are the result of internal energy, which a person does not even suspect, in the material world”. Come, discover and discuss a selection of inspiring paintings by the Ukrainian artist. Until Sunday, April 9 from 10:00 to 18:00 at the Espace 22.

The World We Make– Amy Sherald Exhibition

Since March 2018, when Houser & Wirth announced exclusive worldwide representation of American artist Amy Sherald, four major exhibitions took place: in New York, Los Angeles, last year in London – her first solo show in Europe and from the end of January this year a selection of new and monumental works by Amy Sherald is brought to Monaco.

On display at Hauser & Wirth Monaco until April 15. This exhibition is not to be missed. More on NEWS.MC.

Looking Forward

Child CARE Monaco’s 10th Vintage Car Rally

On Sunday, September 10. This year men are welcome to accompany the ladies! As usually, bring your own car or let the team organise it for you. For booking and more information, please contact childcare@monaco.mc.

Monet in Monaco – Exhibition

On the 140th anniversary of Claude Monet’s first stopover in Monte-Carlo and on the Riviera, the Grimaldi Forum will devote its major summer exhibition to him from July 8 to September 3. Reservations for this truly exceptional exhibition can be made here. Ticket prices until June 30, 7 euros in place of 14. +377 99 99 3000.

Featured image: Clothilde Huet and Johanne Teste, writers and performers of Snow White Sees Red