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What's on in Monaco 4-10 Sep 2014

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September 4th Newsletter

Oh what a day it was (1)

Are you ready for the rentree?

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Yes, the kids are back at school next week, so everyone's rushing around this weekend, making last minute purchases before getting to bed early in preparation for a busy Monday. If you've a spare hour or two, don't miss the opportunity of visiting four art exhibitions due to close in the next few days: Titouan Lamazou, Haut de Gamme, Double Deck, and Fashion Art. The Grimaldi Forum summer exhibition also ends on Sunday (see "What's in the diary").

The Theatre des Muses re-opened yesterday and is planning its autumn and winter schedule, whereas Monaco's movie theatre, the Sporting Cinema, closes its doors for good on Tuesday. American comedy drama Wish I Was Here is the final VO film, then we'll have to wait until 23 September, when Princess Grace Theatre temporarily takes over as a screening venue.

On the sports field, Monaco FC has been drawn in the same group as Lisbon, St Petersburg and Leverkusen for the 2014-15 UEFA Champions League. The Principality's handball team has been preparing for the new season too.

Finally, looking ahead to November, the Enfants de Frankie association is planning a children's gala evening.

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: The Balvenie whisky tasting.
Friday: Caligagan and Running Birds.
Saturday: Les Folks, Slim'Remyx and Dave Kassidy.
Sunday: Last chance to see ArtLovers.

Coming up next week, first of series of workshops for French entrepreneurs.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is a line from the Barry White song September When I First Met You, written about his wife.

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