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World Theatre Day, which was initiated in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute, takes place on Tuesday, March 27, and will be celebrated at the Princesse Grace Theatre.
Five theatre companies from the Principality have responded to an invitation to participate, and will perform in a night dedicated to the performing arts and the promotion of dialogue and peace between peoples.
The programme, which begins at 8 pm, includes Ciel ma Femme, Harcele-Manque, Un souffleur sachant jouer, Nous, Oiseaux Migrateurs, and 53 Years.
World Theatre Day is honoured every year by the theatre community through numerous national and international events and in Monaco, the Department of Cultural Affairs brings together the Monegasque National Commission for UNESCO and the Theatre Princesse Grace to celebrate the day.
Prince Albert has awarded Geoffrey Kent the honorary role of Goodwill Ambassador during a spectacular gala hosted by the Monaco Ambassadors Club.
Cap d’Ail’s new nursery school has officially been named the Ecole Samuel Paty, after the schoolteacher who was assassinated near Paris by a young Muslim extremist.
Get a glimpse into one of Europe’s most tumultuous and least explored treasures with the exhibition ‘Belarus: History Through Art’ at the Espace 22 Gallery this summer.
Local author Sheeva Moshiri has launched her debut book, The Cupid Index, which tells the story of a young Persian woman who dreams of finding freedom and true love.
The start of the school year has come for the Médiathèque de Monaco, which has unveiled its programming from September to December.
The institution, unavoidable in the Monegasque cultural landscape, is open to all and presents a service that promotes reading but also culture and leisure on a wider scale.
The Médiathèque welcomes you throughout the year at its two sites, the Louis Notari Library and the José Notari Sonotheque at 19 blvd Princesse Charlotte, with cultural events on the themes of literature, theatre, music, cinema and photography.
Nearly 450,000 documents: books, DVDs, CDs, French and foreign newspapers, magazines, photographs, correspondence, and musical scores are available.
For the fall, conferences on the theme of Cuba, Secrets of Communication, Women Artists in the presence of Nivèse Oscari at the Ecole de Nice, film screenings and live concerts, and several meetings organised as part of the operation "Prevert honoured” on the occasion of the 40 year anniversary of the death of the poet.
Photography will also be featured this autumn with two recurring themes presented by Adrien Rebaudo: photographic ballads during which photography and music will be put into perspective around a predefined theme; and the distractions photographiques which present themselves as a playful session while being put into practice.
The full programme can be found at: www.mediatheque.mc.