What’s On In Monaco? 1st – 7th May

Whats On In Monaco
Another week of wonderful activities our Principality. Champions league football, stunning art and film and even a performance by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra. These are just a few examples of What’s On In Monaco this week, check out our exclusive top-picks below…
Monday 1st May

Film: Hidden Figures

The story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program.

Princess Grace Theatre – 20:50

  • Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae
  • Director: Theodore Melfi
  • Genre: Biography | Drama | History
  • Running time: 2h07

Tuesday 2nd May

Naomi’s Kitchen: dinner with Kate Magic

Some stunning Recipe demonstrations and tasting at this exclusive dinner party co-hosted by Naomi Buff and raw food chef Kate Magic.

The menu includes mango kombucha cocktails, pad thai, thai yellow curry and cauliflower rice, mellow lemon pie matcha mints, and chaga lattes. All ingredients are vegan and gluten-free, and organic wherever possible.

Kate Magic has published two recipe books, Eat Smart Eat Raw (2002) and Raw Magic (2008). For more information visit her website at: Kate Magic.

  • Takes place at the Organic Detox Bar
  • 19:00-22:00
  • 60 GBP (70 euros) pp, payable in advance
  • no cancellations after 24 April
  • limited places available
Wednesday 3rd MayWhats On In Monaco

Champions League Football – Monaco vs Juventus

They don’t come much bigger than this. The first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final takes place on Wednesday night at the Stade Louis II.

For more information about the UEFA Champions League, visit the organizer’s website at: UEFA Champions League.

Thursday 4th May

Monaco Electroacoustique 2017

From 4 to 6 May, the 4th Rencontres Internationales de Musique Electroacoustique (RIME) provides an opportunity for networking between researchers, instrumentalists, artists and teachers, with concerts, and French language conferences and workshops.

  • Free entry, open to the public
  • 4th May
    16:15, Academie Rainier III, student concert 1
    20:30, Theatre des Varietes, concert 1
  • 5th May
    17:00, Academie Rainier III, student concert 2
    20:30, Theatre des Varietes, concert 2
  • 6th May
    17:00, Academie Rainier III, student concert 3
    20:30, Theatre des Varietes, concert 3

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Friday 5th May

Art Exhibition by Philippe Pasqua: Borderline

From 5th May to 30th September an exhibition by Philippe Pasqua of 12 monumental works inspired by the architecture of the Oceanographic Museum and its environmental commitment. The display occupies the whole venue, from forecourt to the panoramic terrace.

  • high season prices:
    adults, 16€
    ages 13-18, 12€
    ages 4-12, 8€
    reductions available
  • open daily 10:00-18:00 (extended hours in summer)
  • closed during Grand Prix

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Saturday 6th May

European Championships for the 470 (Double Olympic Sailing Dinghy)

A world-class sailing event organised by the Yacht Club of Monaco, starts on Saturday 6th of May and finished on Saturday 13th May. It takes place in the Bay of Monaco

Tel : +377 93 10 63 00

Sunday 7th May

Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra: Extase

A performance conducted by Alexander Vedernikov and featuring mezzo-soprano Lena Belkina. The program includes music by Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, and Scriabin.

Preceding the concert, at 19:30, a French languageintroduction to the work by André Peyrègne, Director of the Conservatoire a Rayonnement Regional de Nice. Free entry for ticket holders.

Following the concert the audience can take advantage of a free bus service in Monaco, offered by the Amis de l’Orchestre.

Tickets from 17€ – €50

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