What’s On In Monaco? 23rd – 29th January

Whats On In Monaco
The festival of Saint Devota is always a special occasion in Monaco.  The burning of the boat ceremony is incredible. Similarly, the ‘Winners Show’ at the Monaco International Circus is a remarkable occasion. If you are lucky enough to be in Monaco this week check out our ‘What’s On’ guide to ensure you don’t miss a thing…
Monday 23rd January Whats On In Monaco

41st Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival:

7pm: Ecumenical celebration featuring, in the circus ring, artists from the Festival and Leaders of Christian Communities, choir members and the Band of the Palace Guards of H.S.H. the Prince

8.30pm: Friendly football match between Prince Albert II’s team (The Barbagiuans) and the International Team of Festival Artists

Stade de Cap d’Ail

More Info & Tickets

Tuesday 24th January

 Cinema Tuesdays – “Le Malin” (“Wise Blood”)

Beliefs and Dependencies cycle – screening of the film “Le Malin” (“Wise Blood”) by John Huston, organised by Monaco Audiovisual Archives

8.30 pm Théâtre des Variétés

Tel : +377 97 98 43 26

Wednesday 25th JanuaryWhats On In Monaco

20th Historic Monte-Carlo Rally

From Wednesday 25 January to Wednesday 1 February, Principauté de Monaco

For more information, please contact:

AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF MONACO
T. +377 93 15 26 00
info@acm.mc

www.acm.mc

Thursday 26th Januarywhats on in monaco

The Festival of Saint Devota,

Saint Devota’s Day is a public holiday in the Principality of Monaco. The feast is dedicated to the patron saint of Monaco and the House of Grimaldi. It is celebrated annually on January 27.

The custom of celebrating Saint Devota’s Day was introduced by Prince Louse II of Monaco in 1924. On the evening of January 26, a fire is set to a fishing boat in memory of the story of Antinope. Antinope was the captain of a Florentine ship who tried to steal Devota’s relics. He was caught and arrested, and his ship was burnt. Another tradition is to release a white dove as a symbol of Devota’s spirit.

10:30am – Mass for the Traditions – Eglise Sainte-Dévote

6:30 pm – Homage to Saint Devota – Arrival of the Symbolic Boat followed by the Procession of Saint Devota from Avenue Président J. F. Kennedy

7:00 pm -Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament followed by the burning of the Symbolic Boat in front of the Eglise Sainte-Dévote, at 7.45 pm followed by Fireworks

Dinner – Why not check out the Champagne Party hosted by Club Vivanova

Tel : +377 93 30 87 70

Friday 27th January

Continued celebrations for the Saint Devota Festival

Welcoming of the Relics by the Members of the Clergy and of the Vénérable Archiconfrérie de la Miséricorde (Venerable Brotherhood of Mercy) followed by the Pontifical Mass, at 10 am and by a Procession in the streets of Monaco-Ville

Friday 27 January, at 9:45 am Cathédrale de Monaco

Tel : +377 93 30 87 70

Saturday 28th January

41st Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival: Winners’ Show

Saturday 28 January, at 2.30 pm and at 8 pm Espace Fontvieille

More Info & Tickets

Tel : +377 92 05 23 45

Sunday 29th January

“Missa Solemnis” by Ludwig Van Beethoven

Part of the Great Season Series: with Aga Mikolaj, soprano; Charlotte Hellekant, mezzo-sopran; Christian Elsner, tenor; Nathan Berg, bass; the Hungarian Radio Choir and the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gianluigi Gelmetti.

As a prelude to the concert, at 5 pm, introduction to the works by André Peyrègne

Sunday 29 January, at 6 pm Auditorium Rainier III – Salle Yakov Kreizberg

Tel : +377 98 06 28 28