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What's on in Monaco 25-31 Oct 2018

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October 25th Newsletter

A definite and hopeless flop. (1)

What's new

Schools closed after class yesterday for half-term holiday and are scheduled to reopen on Monday 5 November. Next Thursday, Toussaint, is a holiday for us workers too.

Of course, All Saints' Day is preceded by Halloween, and there are plenty of places in Monaco to party. For more sophisticated spirits and debonair devils, Club Vivanova is organizing a ball at the Chevre d'Or in Eze. Tickets cost 110 euros and include a four-course meal, champagne, wines, DJ and dancing. There's a cash prize for best costume, reasonably priced limousine service from Monaco, and special room rates at the hotel. All the information you need is on Vivanova's website here: Halloween masquerade ball.

If you prefer to party in the Principality, there's an opportunity to win a meal for two at Buddha Bar, where chefs have devised special Halloween dishes. For kids, the Mairie has organized two outdoor events at Parc Princesse Antoinette and Jardin Exotique.

And finally, you may notice that next week's events listed on our website seem to have incorrect start times. That's because the clocks change in the early hours of Sunday. maBoum's time changes automatically, as do most computers and mobile phones, but if you still rely on mechanical clocks, don't forget to turn them back an hour when you go to bed.

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: Corine.
Friday: First Man.
Saturday: Monaco v Dijon.
Sunday: Le chant de la terre.
Coming up next week: a visit to the Opera House.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is by French composer Georges Bizet, born this day 1838, and is his opening-night opinion of his own opera, Carmen. It has since become one of the most popular and frequently performed operatic works. 

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