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Opera announces access restrictions for Thursday’s performance

Opera announces access restrictions for Thursday’s performance

By Staff Writer - January 24, 2018

Photo: Opéra de Monte-Carlo/Alain Hanel
Photo: Opéra de Monte-Carlo/Alain Hanel

The Opera de Monte-Carlo is informing ticket holders of a change of access to the opera house on Thursday, January 25, from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Due to the official start on Thursday of the Monte-Carlo Rally at Place du Casino, anyone attending the evening performance of Contes d’Hoffmann should note access to the event will be modified between 4 pm and 8 pm.

To park in the Boulingrins car park (Casino car park), drivers will have to pass through the upper entrance of the car park on boulevard des Moulins.

Pedestrian access will be along the Café de Paris.


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