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What's on in Monaco 24-30 Jun 2021

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June 24th Newsletter

An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (1)

Here's your weekly round-up of what's on in Monaco.

Out and about

Monte Carlo Beach's restaurant La Vigie welcomes diners from tomorrow until the beginning of September: Thu-Mon, lounge bar from 18:00, grill from 19:30 to 23:30, +377 98 06 52 52.

Following a change of ownership the Ship & Castle has reopened. Its refurbished interior is based on pubs in Holborn and Soho, but we're not sure which ones.

French clubbers will be able to go out partying again from 9 July, subject to as yet undefined restrictions. There's unlikely to be any dancing on the tables In Monaco until the curfew's lifted.

Monaco Hebdo features an interview with Arthur Treher of Cinemas2Monaco in which he talks about his family business and the future multiplex cinema in Fontvieille. Plans are afoot to persuade Daniel Craig to attend a Monaco premier of No Time to Die (2021) at the end of September.

Pauline Ducruet (Princess Stephanie's daughter) has opened a pop-up store in Riva Tunnel selling her Alter brand clothing. Open today and tomorrow.


Tickets are available from the Casino Atrium for the outdoor classical concerts at the Prince's Palace.

The first of seven free organ concerts takes place on Sunday in the Cathedral.


Following Monaco Roca's successful season Prince Albert has awarded members of the basketball team sports medals.

The Prince has also been talking to Monaco Hebdo about his desire to promote rugby in Monaco, citing the game's off-pitch friendly and non-violent atmosphere compared to football.


Lady Moura motor yacht has been sold, but Camper and Nicholsons isn't revealing the buyer nor the price paid.

And finally...

Compulsory mask-wearing outdoors ended last weekend, with some exceptions. You'll still need to wear them in shops, at bus stops and on public transport, as well as in areas with high-density pedestrian traffic: Place du Palais and narrow streets on the Rock, Golden Square, markets and Fontvieille Shopping area. There are also rumours that restaurants will open up to clients from further afield this weekend. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Art of women by women.
Friday: Cruella in the open air.
Saturday: Fete de la Mer.
Sunday:  Dance academy gala.

(1) This week's quote is the title of a short story by American writer Ambrose Bierce, born this day 1842.

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