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What's on in Monaco 14-20 Jun 2018

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June 14th Newsletter

The Tiger Who Came to Tea. (1)

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Monte Carlo Television Festival starts tomorrow and for fans of the small screen there are plenty of opportunities to meet the stars. A "fan zone" is open to the public every day next to the red carpet, and tickets can be purchased for some of the galas and screenings. The highlight of the event is the Nymphe d'Or awards ceremony, which closes the festival on Tuesday.

This weekend sees the start of the World Cup, and if you're a member of CREM, you're welcome to watch the matches on TV in the club house. Monaco's Open Air Cinema also opens on Saturday, with VO screenings of recent and current blockbuster movies, but there's also a one-off special this year. Cinemas everywhere are marking the 50th anniversary of the release of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. Most will only have seen the film on television, but on Thursday 26 July it's being screened on the Rock.
 
And finally, the new Marche U opened yesterday on Boulevard d'Italie. It's open Mon-Sat, 8:30-20:00, you can order your groceries online and have them delivered, and as you'd expect in Monaco, it has a voiturier service for those who arrive in their own cars. Happy shopping!
 
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: CREM petanque challenge.
Friday: American classics.
Saturday: Boogaloo Jazz 4tet.
Sunday: Intl Swimming Competition.

Coming up next week, television festival continuesmusic students' gala performance, and lunch with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
 
For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the title of a children's story by British writer and illustrator, Judith Kerr, born this day 1923. 
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