Let’s Make a Dream – Théâtre & Cinéma
Screening of the black and white 1936 French romantic comedy directed by and starring Sacha Guitry.
A rich lawyer invites a businessman and his wife to meet him at his home, at a quarter to four the next day. The couple arrive on time but the lawyer is out. The husband becomes grouchy and impatient, and very clumsily hides from his wife the fact that he has an appointment with his mistress at that very moment. She lets him go for the evening, and he departs, leaving her alone. On Tuesday, February 6 at 20:00 at the Théâtre Princesse Grace in partnership with the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco. Discover more here.
Marlaguette – Theatre
From Wednesday 7 to Sunday 11 February 2024, a Red Riding Hood for the modern age, full of laughter, emotions, and music. The extraordinary story of Marlaguette, a resourceful young girl unafraid to wander in the forest, who is somehow able to tame the wolf ready to devour her. Astonishingly, the two become great friends. The only fly in the ointment comes in the form of the wolf’s struggles to become vegetarian, to please Marlaguette.
On Wednesday, February 7 at 16:30, Saturday, February 10 at 14:30 and 16:30 and Sunday, February 11 at 11:00 at the Théâtre des Muses. Discover more and reserve your tickets here.
Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series (Act III)
The Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series are a one-design winter programme of training and regattas taking place monthly between December and March. The format has proven hugely popular, with more than 350 yachtsmen and women coming from all over Europe to set up their winter training base in the Principality, as they prepare for the biggest races of the coming season.
From Thursday, February 8 to Sunday, February 11 at the Bay of Monaco.
Fausse Note – Theatre
The Geneva Philharmonic. The dressing room of the world famous conductor H.P. Miller. After one of his concerts, the maestro is repeatedly disturbed by an overly insistent spectator, Léon Dinkel, who claims to be a great admirer and has travelled all the way from Belgium to applaud him. But the longer the conversation goes on, the stranger and more menacing the visitor’s behaviour becomes…Until finally he reveals an object from the past. Just who is this unnerving Mr Dinkel? An emotional meeting between two men, neither of whom will emerge unscathed.
From Thursday, February 8 to Saturday, February 10 at 20:00 and Sunday, February 11 at 16:30 at the Théâtre des Muses. Discover more and reserve your tickets here.
Saint Valentine’s Concert – OPMC
Conducted by Alondra de la Parra, with Yamandu Costa, guitar. Music by BERNSTEIN, GERSHWIN, PIAZZOLLA, JOBIM/BONFÁ. On Friday, February 9 at 20:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III. Discover more and reserve your tickets here.
Monaco Run 2024
Organised by the Monegasque Athletics Federation (FMA). The event features a series of foot races through the streets of the Principality. In addition, this year will see Monaco provide the starting point for the Trail du Mont Agel for the first time ever! Run over a 30 km course through the hills around the Principality, as the trail run explores the Riviera’s natural environment and passes through locations with incredible views. Also, for the very first time as part of Monaco Run 2024, Paula Radcliffe is bringing Fun, Families and Fitness together in Paula’s Families on Track relay – read more about it here. From Saturday, February 10 to Sunday, February 11 at the Quai Albert Ier.
Pink Ribbon Walk
The 12th Pink Ribbon Walk Monaco in aid of breast cancer awareness will take place at Port Hercule in the Principality, where hundreds of participants will come together to support this worthy cause. The funds raised by Pink Ribbon Monaco will go towards research into lobular breast cancer screening. In partnership with the Monegasque Athletics Federation (F.M.A) and SBM OFFSHORE. Sunday, February 11 at 10:15 at Port Hercule de Monaco. Discover more here.
Harmony of the Rising Sun – Exhibition
Explore the richness of ancestral and modern Japanese culture. “Harmony of the Rising Sun”, featuring photographs, Buddhist statues, bonsai, ceramics, incense, Kobe beef skin sandals, frames showcasing traditional techniques, hanging scrolls, and much more, takes you on a journey through the ages. An unmissable event for Japan enthusiasts and those eager to delve into this captivating culture! Until Saturday, February 10, from Monday to Saturday, 11:00 to 19:00 at the Espace 22.
The Prince and the Mediterranean – Exhibition
As part of commemorations marking the centenary of Prince Rainier III (1923-2023), the Oceanographic Museum presents its new permanent exhibition, “The Prince and the Mediterranean”. Visitors to the exhibition, the Oceanographic Institute’s tribute to the unshakeable connection between Princer Rainier III and the ocean, and the Mediterranean Sea in particular, will step aboard his ship, Deo Juvante II. Guided by the voice of H.S.H. Princess Stéphanie, they will navigate through four fascinating spaces, each exploring a different facet of the Prince and his passion for all things aquatic. Until Tuesday, December 31 at Musée Océanographique de Monaco.
Pier Paolo Calzolari – Casa ideale – Exhibition
Pier Paolo Calzolari is known for the formal originality of a multidisciplinary art (painting, sculpture, but also performances understood in the sense of “acts of passion”), often using organic materials such as tobacco leaves, fire, or frost to create “installation pieces” that push the boundaries of contemporary art. This retrospective exhibition, entitled “Casa ideale”, is a rare opportunity to discover the world of an artist who has left his mark on the history of art through a mostly unconventional approach to the various artistic forms. Until Sunday, April 7 at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Paloma. Discover more here.
Junk Kouture World Final
The breathtaking Junk Kouture World Final will take place in Monaco! This spectacular event is not to be missed and will showcase young talents from around the globe unveiling their ingenious, eco-friendly couture creations in a dazzling and high-energy show. Over 150 participants spanning 20 nationalities from across five continents will come together on that night to honour resourceful design as the next generation of 60 finalists and forward -thinking designers ignite their creativity and innovation for a more sustainable future. And you must join this celebration! The event is suitable for everyone of all ages. On February 22 at 19:00 at the Salle des Princes, Grimaldi Forum.
You can check out some of the Junk Kouture creations and previous events at Junk Kouture | Sustainable Fashion Competition on Vimeo
Featured image: Conductor Alondra De La Parra