Thursday, March 30, 2017

Renowned inventor at Villa Paloma with ties to Monaco

“Hercule Florence, the new Robinson”, has opened at Villa Paloma and runs until June 11.The exhibition is the result of a five-year research project...

What’s on for St Patrick’s Day this weekend

When it comes to the Irish, it’s quality not quantity that counts. With only an estimated 130 residents in the Principality, there’s no shortage of...

Adriano Ribolzi: a man of art

Monaco is typically associated with fast cars, luxury yachts and a famous Casino but in recent years, it’s proving it has more to offer...

An evening of Brian Friel … but not on St Patrick’s...

In an annual event marking St Patrick’s Day but avoiding the host of other happenings on March 17, the Monaco-Ireland Arts Society will be...

Warm Spanish welcome for Monte-Carlo Ballets and Tourism Office

The Tourism and Conventions Office (DTC) organised several promotional operations in Barcelona and Madrid to coincide with the recent tour of Spain by the...

Monaco debut for Mastroni

The Italian bass Andrea Mastroni will soon be making his debut in the role of Fiesco, in Verdi’s “Simon Boccanegra”, and this will be...

Nomad hosts showcase in Monaco

La Vigie, one of Monaco’s historic villas, will be hosting a travelling design showcase from April 27-30. The target audience will be collectors, interior...

Exhibition of private Monaco collectors opens at Villa Sauber

"Poïpoï", a private collection of two Monaco-based collectors and their “pioneer spirit of decipherment”, opened Friday at New National Museum of Monaco’s Villa Sauber. The...