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What's on in Monaco 3-9 Jun 2021

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June 3rd Newsletter

I may be uninspiring, but I'll be damned if I'm alien (1)

What's new

Fans of the silver screen will be glad to know that the Cinema des Beaux-Arts in Princess Grace Theatre has reopened. This week's VO films include action-packed Nobody (2021), and stage-to-screen drama The Father (2020). We'll have to wait until 20 June for the outdoor cinema on the Rock to open.

New Covid measures came into effect on Monday, to be reviewed in a fortnight. Curfew now begins at 23:00, bars and cafes can remain open until 20:00, and food can be served all afternoon. Eating in groups of six is still the rule, but now restaurants can play music up to a level of 74 decibels, which is about as loud as a vacuum cleaner. Don't even think about dancing tho', whether beneath a disco ball or on a table.

In Brief

Today is Fete Dieu and a public holiday in Monaco.

Monaco FC 2020/21 season ticket holders can exchange their pass free of charge for the 2021/22 season or apply for a refund.

Mezze Kitchen is now offering a dining service as well as deliveries.

Celine Dion is expected to visit Monaco, but not before her 2023 tour.

Due to an unsuccessful tender the Nice-Cap d'Ail commuter boat service is pushed back to 2022.

And finally...

The huge blue V sign that looked over Monaco at night has gone for good now the Vista Palace hotel has been renamed the Maybourne Riviera. Scheduled to open in summer, it has 45 rooms and 24 suites, but here at maBoum we're more interested in its restaurants. Mauro Colagreco is involved, also Alsace-born Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and Michelin-starred sushi chef Hiro Sato. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Comedy Film Festival.
Friday: The Father (2020).
Saturday: World Environment Day.
Sunday:  Music with Spanish spirit.

(1) This week's quote is by George V of the United Kingdom, born this day 1865. It was in answer to H.G. Well's comment about Britain's "alien and uninspiring court".

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