Bacon Foundation – BAM

Private visit organised by British Association of Monaco. On Tuesday, June 11. Discover more here.

PhiloMonaco Week 2024 – Lecture

Local philosophy association Les Rencontres Philosophiques de Monaco aims to foster a community where thinkers can express and share their ideas freely with each other and the wider public, offering insights into the increasingly intractable problems of our contemporary world. To that end, PhiloMonaco Week 2024 will feature a number of special guests speakers, engaging in fascinating discussions and interacting with audiences, presenting their books, and taking part in round table debates on topics ranging from ecology and education, to healthcare, women, and the “art de vivre”. From Tuesday, June 11 to Sunday, June 16. Lectures are open to all. Discover the venues and times here

Musical Happy Hour – OPMC

With Ilyoung Chae, violin, François Méreaux, viola, Thibault Leroy, cello, Delphine Hueber, flute, and Sophia Steckeler, harp. Music by Debussy, Ibert, Françaix, and Cras. On Tuesday, June 11 at 18:30 at the Maison de France. Discover more here.

Art in Motion – Exhibition

Inspired by Vitruvius’ principles, this exhibition blends structural integrity and opulence (Firmitas), practical elegance (Utilitas), and unmatched sophistication (Venustas). Dive into a world where each piece is a symphony of elegance and design. Discover the revolutionary concept of Najette Derni @madame.helmet with Art in Motion from Wednesday, June 12 to Wednesday, July 10 from 10:00 to 20:00 at Espace 22.

King Charles III Birthday party – BAM

The British Association of Monaco’s biggest event of the year. On Wednesday, June 12. For more information and reservation email or telephone 93501952.

The Odyssey – A Musical

This new interpretation of the classic Odyssey, retold in song and dance by two actors performing no fewer than fifteen different characters, is nothing less than explosive! After the Trojan War, Ulysses decides to head home to Ithaca. But fate and the gods have other ideas, and the voyage will be fraught with danger. Forced to confront monsters of all kinds, witches, the cyclops, and various terrifying sea creatures, our hero finally makes it back to his beloved Penelope ten years later…

On Wednesday, June 12 at 17:30 at the Théâtre des Muses. Discover more here. 

Twelfth Night – Theatre

Orsino is in love with Olivia… who is in love with Viola… who is in love with Orsino. The confusing love triangle is the beating heart of Shakespeare’s classic comedy, but a colourful cast of other characters combine to create an unforgettable night of music, magic, and mistaken identity. The talented cast of six actors play a total of fifteen characters in this daring adaptation.

On Thursday, June 13, Friday, June 14, Saturday, June  15 at 20:00 and Sunday, June 16 at 16:30 at the Théâtre des Muses. Discover more here.

Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT – Lecture

The Club Soroptimist International de Monaco invites you to a lecture where Svend Albertsen, IT expert, will discuss Artificial Intelligence & ChatGPT. The lecture, given in aid of the Handiplage initiative, will focus on the trends, opportunities and concerns linked to this technology. On Thursday, June 13 at 18:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III. The Soroptimist International Club of Monaco was founded on November 4, 1978 by Madame France Delarue Ballet under the sponsorship of HSH Princess Antoinette of Monaco.
The exclusively female Club has since then been at the service of others, in a spirit of understanding and friendship, entirely dedicated to relieving suffering and providing help in different forms. Discover more about the Club Soroptimist and the Lecture here

63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival – Event

Monaco’s very own International Television Festival where Studios, TV channels, digital platforms, and celebrities come together in an idyllic setting to promote their shows to the press and the wider public, and compete for the prestigious Golden Nymphs. Daily events are free with reservation. From Friday, June 14 to Tuesday, June 18 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco. Discover the programme of the 2024 edition here. 

European Archaeology Days

Special activities at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology of Monaco to mark the European Archaeology Days. On Friday, June 14, from 17:00 to 18:00: A guided VIP tour of the exhibits and the Suzanne Simone Research Laboratory, for all ages. On Saturday, June 15, from 14:00 to 15:30: activities for children aged 5 to 7, and from 15:30 to 17:00: activities for over 7s. At the Musée d’Anthropologie Préhistorique. Discover more here.


Bees and pollinating insects are in danger! Monaco’s National Awareness Day for bees, the sentinels guarding our environment, includes free activities for kids and adults, the chance to collect and taste honey, educational games, and exhibitions. On Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15 from 9:00 to 16:00 at the Terrasses de Fontvieille. Discover more here. 

Echoes of Atlanta & Minneapolis – La Note Bleue Summer Festival

Echoes Of are France’s best purveyors of Funk, Boogie and Disco having turned La Note Bleue upside down more than once! The Funk machine is back this summer with a heavy program of hard 70 and 80’s hitters, bringing together a repertoire of two of the US’ most groovy towns: Atlanta (Cameo, Gladys Knight, The SOS Band) and of course…Minneapolis (Prince, The Time, Andre Cymone). Get your dancing shoes on for this one! On Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15 from 21:00 AT La Note Bleue. Discover more here.

5th Meeting of the Historical Sites of the Grimaldis of Monaco

This “5th Meeting” will see the communes of Breil-sur-Roya, Bathernay, Ventimiglia, Olivetta San Michele, Airole, Ripacandida, Campagna, Monteverde, Spinazzola, Poggiorsini, Terlizzi and Canosa di Puglia all hosted on Palace Square. There will be cultural parades and activities, local delicacies to taste, and demonstrations of regional arts and crafts. A spectacular sound and light show on the walls of the Prince’s Palace will be the big highlight of this special evening on Saturday, June 15. From Saturday June 15 to Sunday, June 16 at the Place du Palais. Discover more here.

Symphonic Concert – OPMC

Conducted by Kazuki Yamada, with Pablo Ferrández, piano. Music by TCHAIKOVSKY and BRUCKNER. On Sunday, June 16 at 18:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III. Discover more here

Bloomsday 2024 in Monaco – join in the celebration! 

Enjoy a cultural event in motion in Monaco to celebrate James Joyce’s modernist masterpiece, with dramatic readings performed by the talented actors from the Monaco-Ireland Arts Societ This year the Princess Grace Irish Library is delighted delighted to present a special display of James Joyce memorabilia on loan from the private collection of award-winning dancer & actor Michael Flatley. On Friday, June 14 at 14:30 at the Princess Grace Irish Library. Discover more here.

International Yoga Day

Kate Powers Foundation has partnered with Société des Bains de Mer (SBM) to bring you this year’s International Yoga Day. Set in the tranquil gardens of the Casino de Monte-Carlo, this event is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in a day dedicated to wellness and community. On June 21 from 14:30 at the Terraces of the Casino de Monte-Carlo.

CREM Anniversary Party

Save the date for The Club for Foreign Residents in Monaco (CREM) anniversary party on June 24! More info will follow soon.

Zucchero World Tour 2024

On Tuesday, July 9 at 20:00 at  Salle des Princes, Grimaldi Forum. Discover more here.

TURNER, the Sublime Legacy Exhibition

The Grimaldi Forum Monaco, in collaboration with Tate, will unveil the exhibition-event Turner, the Sublime Legacy.

This exhibition, featuring an ensemble of first-rate works in a new scenography of over 2,000 square meters, is an invitation to a journey through Joseph Mallord William Turner’s representations of the world in a sublime mode, from his landscapes to the elementary explorations of light and atmosphere of which he was a pioneer and master. Turner’s decisive influence on painting, and by extension his legacy, will be highlighted in the exhibition through some interpretations of the sublime by leading contemporary artists such as, among others, Richard Long, Olafur Eliasson, Cornelia Parker, Jessica Warboys, John Akomfrah, Katie Paterson, and Mark Rothko.

The exhibition is curated by Elizabeth Brooke, Senior Project Curator at Tate.

This exhibition is organized in collaboration with Tate, with the support of CMB Monaco, SOTHEBY’S and MARZOCCO GROUP.

PRESALES €7 UNTIL JUNE 30TH, 2024. From Saturday, July 6 to Sunday, September 1, 2024 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco. Discover more here.

150th Anniversary of the Hôtel de Paris Cellars – Events

This year, Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the famous cellars beneath the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo! Opened in 1874, they are a monument to the company’s long and illustrious history, in which they have often played an important role. These hidden jewels beneath the very foundations of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo are the quintessence of refinement and exclusiveness. To mark the occasion, the world’s biggest hotel cellars will be opening their doors for a unique celebration, with fascinating tours, exclusive dinners, exceptional tasting sessions, and much more. Discover one of Monaco’s most priceless secret treasures and experience the celebrations here! Until Thursday, October 31 at the Monte-Carlo SBM Resort.

Pasolini in Chiaroscuro – Exhibition

The new exhibition at the Villa Sauber honours Pier Paolo Pasolini, perhaps the last European intellectual to have gained worldwide renown. He is considered one of the defining public intellectuals in 20th-century Italian history, influential both as an artist and a political figure. A half-century on from his death, his influence can still be felt across the different fields in which he worked: he is read, commented on, adapted, and inspires contemporary creative artists. While he preferred to describe himself as a writer, it was his films that brought him to the public’s attention. The exhibition looks at his inspirations and his legacy. Until Sunday, September 29 at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Sauber. Discover more, including the screening program of Pasolini’s films, here.

Lascaux à Monaco – Exposition

Original objects from the Lascaux cave exhibited on loan from the National Museum of Prehistory (Les Eyzies, Dordogne) and the Institute of Human Paleontology (Paris) and also hyper-realistic reconstructions of 5 Cro-Magnons by Elisabeth Daynes, a 1/10 scale model of the Lascaux cave with prehistoric paintings and lighting, and interactive tables and low-tech manipulatives. An original scenography organized around facsimiles and an immersive experience in Virtual Reality thanks to the #SPL LASCAUX, exclusively thanks to the Museum Partners. From Friday, April 19 to Thursday, November 21 at the Musée d’Anthropologie Préhistorique.

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, 2024 at Musée Océanographique de Monaco.

Polar Mission – Exhibition

Discover an immersive and interactive experience! Take on the role of a roving reporter and set off on a mission to explore the Polar regions! This new exhibition includes five thematic areas spread over two levels. Learn about the Poles and their wildlife, and the men and women who populate and explore them. Fascinating objects and documents, digital content and immersive devices come together to create a 360° experience. The great voyage can begin! Until Tuesday, December 31, at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.

The Early Days of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974 – Exhibition

The Cabinet of Curiosities – “The Early Days of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974” – An exhibition looking at the first 20 years of Monaco’s TV channel launched in 1954. A selection of archives and objects will take you back in time, to the very earliest days of colour television. Organised by the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco, the exhibition features items entrusted by Télé Monte-Carlo for safekeeping, documents from partner institutions, and materials kindly loaned by private individuals. Until Friday, January 31 2025, from 10:00 to 17:30 pm (17:00 on Fridays) at the Institut Audiovisuel de Monaco. Free entry. Discover more here.

Featured image: a ‘Golden Nymph’ award of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, which begins its 63rd edition on Friday, June 14