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What's on in Monaco 16-22 Mar 2023

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March 16th Newsletter

Abide with me... (1)

French language comedy festival, Serenissimes de l'Humour started yesterday and continues over the weekend. In an interview with Monaco Matin, organizer Salim Zeghdar said he hopes to set up a Comedy Club in Monaco within the next couple of years, and is looking for a dedicated room rather than a space in a bar. Here's hoping it'll attract another English language Comedy Club. We could do with a laugh.

Placido Domingo has had to drop out of tomorrow's performance of La Traviata for family reasons. To make up for the disappointment he's planning a concert of arias with Cecilia Bartoli for Friday 21 April. Tickets will cost 60-130 euros, phone +377 92 00 13 70.

Monaco Ocean Week starts on Monday and continues through to Saturday. Representatives from the scientific, voluntary and public communities are gathering to discuss how to conserve the marine environment.

And finally...

Will you have a cup of tea? Or maybe a pint of Guinness? Whichever you choose, we wish you the luck o' the Irish for St Patrick's Day tomorrow.

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Basketball.
Friday: Opera.
Saturday: Baroque.
Sunday: Faure.

(1) This week's quote is a hymn most often sung to the tune Eventide, written by English organist and church musician, William Henry Monk, born this day 1823.

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