Monte-Carlo Opera’s first production of 2021 is a new staging of Jules Massenet’s relatively unknown opera Thaïs - last seen in the Principality in February 1950. Starring Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka (pictur...
Beirut is unique in every way. Two Lebanese natives, one living there, the other one in Canada, tell us what it means to them.
“Nos Vallées”, a newly released single with the participation of local and national VIPs, helps raise money to rebuild a region that has been turned to rubble by a historic storm
The accomplished artist and co-founder of Collectif 8 shares her experience during lockdown, her fear of 1984 becoming a reality, and her hope for a better tomorrow
December is a festive month in Monaco in more ways than one, as Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo celebrates the 60th birthday of Choreographer-Director Jean-Christophe Maillot
Monaco Christmas 2020 might be slightly different this year, but Monaco Christmas traditions will still ensure there’s plenty of festive cheer to go around
At the tail end of this exhausting year, we all crave a little balm on our aching souls. The recommendations of locally-made gifts on our coup-de-cœur list are exactly that.
Love the patter of little feet, especially when there are four of them! Ok, I am huge fan of dogs. Sure I like cats too, but dogs take the biscuit!
Jules Verne’s “20,000 Leagues under the Sea” has become a reality. A British marine archaeologist and historian has helped make it happen. And now you can be part of the adventure, too.
Opéra Nice Côte d’Azur has opened the 2020/21 season with a spectacular work - the opera Akhnaten by contemporary composer Philip Glass
Lauren Graham, the youngest Canadian painter to date to exhibit in France, has written a literature award quality poem honouring veterans
A few weeks prior to their immersion into the waters off the Lérins Islands, renowned British artist Jason deCaires Taylor presents his monumental works, based on six local models
The Penticton Art Gallery in British Columbia, Canada, is the inaugural venue of a traveling exhibition which shows that “You Are Not Alone”, not even in the midst of a pandemic
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo present the first programme of their Winter Season in Monaco, showcasing two works by Jean-Christophe Maillot