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What's on in Monaco 13-19 Jul 2017

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July 13th Newsletter

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Last Thursday we checked our own What's On guide and went to see the band Talisco. It was a fantastic gig, made all the better on discovering that our favourite Spanish bar owners have been managing the catering at Indigo for the past couple of months. You may remember that Cafe Llorca closed to make way for the Grimaldi Forum's music venue in 2015. Live sessions started up that autumn and the first band we saw there was Little Barrie, which wrote and performed the title music for American TV series Better Call Saul.

If you're a fan of live music and haven't yet experienced one of Indigo's monthly Live Sessions, make a note in your diary for 28 September, when Morgan Ji takes to the stage for the first gig of the rentree. Bands are scheduled to take to the stage at 20:30, but in our experience rarely appear before 21:00. Before the gig there's DJ music, and you can order a decent plate of Spanish charcuterie and a bottle of wine.

Finally, check out the live art performance at Port Hercule this weekend. Street and graffiti artists are creating a huge piece of art that is to be auctioned to raise money for Fondation Prince Albert II.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Women improvise over lunch.
Friday: Forbidden City opens to public.
Saturday: Thrift Shop in Monaco.
Sunday: Organ tribute.

Coming up next week, Spider-ManDespicable Me 3, and Scott Allen.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is a catchphrase of the Star Trek character Captain Jean-Luc Picard, played by English actor Sir Patrick Stewart, born this day 1940.

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