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Busy 2018-2019 season for Princess Grace Theatre

Busy 2018-2019 season for Princess Grace Theatre

By Staff Writer - June 21, 2018

The Princess Grace Theatre has just presented the 2018-2019 season, which will begin on October 10 with Fabrice Lucchini in “Writers talk about money”.

Princess Grace Theatre in 2018

Until May 7, 2019, 25 pieces will be performed, including Carole Bouquet in “Happy Les Heureux”, on November 8.

The Princess Grace Theatre will also take a cue from current events by joining the Women’s Abuse Day with “The Belly of the Whale” on November 22; by winking at the Grimaldi Forum exhibition “The Gold of the Pharaohs” with Sébastien Thiéry’s “Ramsès II” on October 25, and dealing with the topic of waste management with “Sale discours” (Dirty talk)” by David Wahl on January 15.

The Comédie Française will be hosted for two shows: Bajazet de Racine on March 5 – staging and scenography by Eric Ruf and “What I call forgotten” with Denis Podalydès on April 2.

Finally, please note the creation of the Friends of the Princess Grace Theatre (

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