Discover our guide to the best events on the French Riviera this week or weekend. Do not miss any major events such as the Cannes film Festival, Nice and Menton Carnival, Monaco Grand Prix or the Monaco and Cannes Yacht Shows.
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The Oceanographic Museum in Monaco has a new Great Barrier Reef exhibition. There's an immersion simulator where it's just like being in the ocean. You'll be able to observe whales, sharks, barracudas, fluorescent corals and much more. You'll be able to interact with the species encountered, as if you were diving. There are lots of other interesting and creative things to see at the Oceanographic Museum as well. For more details see their website https://musee.oceano.org/
There's a brand new exhibition at the Prehistoric Anthropology Museum in Monaco. It's all about archeology in the Principality and is a multi-lingual exhibition, including English. You'll discover the history of Monaco in an entirely new light: from an archaeological point of view! You will be able to travel through ancient prehistory, the Neolithic, the metal ages, Antiquity, the Middle Ages, through modern times up until today, on a journey of 300,000 years. You can find the museum on the boulevard du Jardin Exotique in Monaco and you can get more information including opening hours and contact information on their website www.map-mc.org
There's an exhibition taking place at the moment of filmed portraits made in Monaco by French photographer Charles Fréger. The exhibition was created in the context of deconfinement. The artist takes a look at Monaco and the different groups or communities that make up the country's identity. The portraits are projected on a linear wall of 26 meters at the Exhibition Hall on Quai Antoine-Ier on the port of Monaco. The exibition is on until January 3.
Our basketball team here in Monaco "AS Monaco Basket" have got lots of matches lined up at the Stade Louis II. There's always a great atmosphere at all the matches and safety protocols are in place. For more details and the full schedule of games have a look at their website https://asmonaco.basketball/
One of the big annual fundraising events in Monaco is taking place in November, but things are a bit different this year. No Finish Line is going to be virtual due to Covid 19, meaning that there'll be no official route in Monaco. You can run wherever you want, in compliance with the health rules in force. It's taking place from 14-22 November. Have a look at their Facebook page, No Finish Line Monaco, for a video tutorial that explains how to take part.
The Club Vivanova Luxury Lifestyle Charity Gala is taking place on Saturday 12 December 2020, having been postponed from 14th November. It's going to be a great night at the Fairmont Monte Carlo. There'll be a Champagne aperitif, gourmet dinner with international wines, live entertainment from the London group HIGH ON HEELS and a charity auction for the benefit of the Chances for Children Foundation and the Animal Fund with a Vodka23 after-party. Club Vivanova will be following health protocols to make sure they have a safe but fun night out. Tickets and tables are available from €200 per person. To book online and join the party go to www.clubvivanova.com