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What's on in Monaco 5-11 Jan 2023

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January 4th Newsletter

Da jitt et nix zo kriesche! (1)

Happy New Year and welcome to the first maBoum newsletter of 2023. We're looking forward to a great year, ever hopeful for world peace. Prince Albert II also included his own hopes for peace and tolerance in his New Year message.

Looking ahead to 20 January, the International Circus Festival takes place in Espace Fontvieille. Information about the shows and ticket prices is available on the official Circus website.

Tickets have been released for the Monaco E-Prix on 6 May. A couple of weeks later from 25 to 28 May it's the F1 Grand Prix, and you can also buy your tickets for that.

In yesterday's Nice Matin, Didier Rubiolo revealed some of his plans for Stars n Bars, which definitively closes on 27 January. The concept will undergo a complete change. Only the ground floor and terrace are to be set out for dining, and Didier himself will return to the kitchens to prepare simpler, healthier dishes. There'll be no more live sports screening, no sports memorabilia nor celebrity photos. Space for wellbeing training and classes will be available on the mezzanine, and Stardeck is to be a members' club and will host conferences.

Before that, MonacoUSA is planning a networking event in Stardeck on 11 January at 18:00. The special guest is Paula Farquharson of Princess Grace Irish Library.

And finally...

Free bus travel in Monaco has now ended, but the sales started quietly this week. Enjoy!

(1) This week's quote is Cologne dialect for 'there's nothing to weep about', which were the last words of the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and a founder of the European Union, Konrad Adenauer, born this day 1876.

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