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Unknown Monaco: working for the environment

Deriving drinking water in an ecological way for humanitarian and private purposes: from his base in Monaco, one inventor is trying to make the world a slightly better place. In this regard, his purpose matches Monaco’s.

Princess Grace Irish Library welcomes Irish pianist Una Hunt

The Princess Grace Irish Library will welcome one of Ireland’s leading pianists Dr Una Hunt for a lecture on ‘Thomas Moore: Drawing Room Entertainer or Rebel Songster?’ on Friday 5th May.

The upcoming lecture will be a presentation of the Irish poet, Thomas Moore, illustrated with sounds and images of his work.

Since 2007, Dr Una Hunt has coordinated a significant diary of events in celebration of two hundred years since the first publication of Moore's Irish Melodies.

Monaco’s international circus festival returns in 2018

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco has revealed the new look for the 42nd Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival, which will take place from 18th to 28th January 2018, yet it has certainly been inspired by a bygone era. The poster unveiling marks the start of the event’s ticket sales and the countdown for one of Monaco’s most historic shows.

The poster was designed by artist and ringmaster, Alain André, who produced paintings inspired by circus stage scenes for the Columbus Hotel in Monaco ahead of the 41st Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival in January 2017.

Le Rosey Summer Camps and wine tasting soirée

Vivanova will host an exclusive evening of wine tastings and networking along with a presentation of Le Rosey Summer Camps at the Wine Palace Monte Carlo on Thursday 11th May. The evening will feature a selection of boutique imported New World wines and gourmet canapés in the refined setting of one of Monaco’s high-end locations.

Not only will it be an opportunity to mingle with VIP club members and taste fine wines, but the event will also serve as an informative meeting for parents to get better acquainted with Le Rosey Summer Camps.

Cartier boutique armed robbery in Monaco

Monaco’s famous Casino Square came to a standstill over the weekend following an armed robbery on the Cartier boutique just metres from the front doors of the casino itself. Four people have now been arrested – either in the principality or in France. According to unconfirmed police reports, almost all of the jewels stolen have now been recovered.