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February 26th Newsletter
Aimer, c'est agir (1)
We're reaching the end of winter now and looking forward to spring, the season of rejuvenation. Monaco's restaurant and hotel scene is coming back to life with the reopening of Monte Carlo Beach on 6th March. In addition, a new manager is bringing new ideas to Pizza e Pasta restaurant in the Metropole Centre, and Adagio has re-opened as l'Inattendu(e), with a menu free of lactose, gluten and trans-fats.
McCarthy's continues its program of live music from 7pm tonight with piano, drum and saxophone jazz from Gad's Band's Trio. For something more exotic, Lebanese chain Oliban is organizing regular belly dancing shows with live percussion on Friday and Saturday nights.
Finally, the Grimaldi Forum's Happy 15 competition for February offers the chance to win free tickets for French comedy festival Serenissimes de l'Humour and two nights in the Monte Carlo Bay. Fill out an entry form at the ticket office for the draw that takes place on 9th March.
What's in the diary ....
Thursday: Arias for castrati.
Friday: Comedy about Hector.
Saturday: Visiting Canadian choir.
Coming up next week, exhibitions of paddle tennis, the Russian navy, and marine pollution.
For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the last entry in the diary of Victor Hugo, born this day 1802. The English translation is "to love is to act".