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What's on in Monaco 28 Mar-3 Apr 2019

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March 28th Newsletter

The great British talkshow host. (1)

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On Saturday evening at 8.30pm, people around the world will be turning off electrical equipment to mark Earth Hour. If you're wondering how you're going to feed yourself without electricity, fear not, for Michelin-starred chef Marcel Ravin has just the thing: a Tahitian oven called an "ahima'a". He's intending to use it to prepare dinner for a dozen diners in the Blue Bay's Salon Matisse, which is being privatized for the occasion. Essentially, the oven is a hole in the ground containing stones that are heated by burning wood. Food wrapped in banana leaves is then cooked on the hot stones. The cost for this feast in Monaco is 98 euros pp, excluding drinks. Phone +377 98 06 03 60 if you're interested.

We don't know yet if anything similar will be tried at this year's Rose Ball on Saturday. Unfortunately the event is sold out, but you may still get a ticket for the Chicken Show Gala for Fight Aids Monaco instead.

And finally, don't forget to turn your clocks forward on Saturday night/Sunday morning.

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Vivanova Bucket Wine experience.
Friday: Irish landlords.
Saturday: Beethoven quartets.
Sunday:  Football.
 
Coming up next week: Captain MarvelDumbo, and Cleo.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote refers to English broadcaster and journalist Michael Parkinson, born this day 1935.

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