The annual COCC bike ride provides a great opportunity to support charity in Monaco. Discover the incredible cause behind this 130km cycle
A new production of Tchaikovsky’s operatic masterpiece, The Queen of Spades, is in rehearsal at Nice Opera
Monaco’s – and indeed the region’s - premier event factory is pulling out all the stops to celebrate its milestone anniversary in style
Monte-Carlo Opera has announced that Italian coloratura mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli will become the first female Director of the Company when she succeeds Jean-Louis Grinda in 2023
One of the world’s best-loved operas, Giacomo Puccini’s La Bohème, will bring some of the most beautiful music ever written to Monte-Carlo this month
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s canon of four books and 56 original stories about the “consulting detective” wasn’t enough for Collectif La Machine, so they added on to it...
The capital of Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island, is quite possibly one of the greatest places on earth. A travelogue of sorts.
A special presentation to the public takes place this Saturday, 11th January in the Museo Bicknell of the renovated 1891 theatre screen by Giuseppe Piana
Jerome Robbins, Gene Kelly and Jean-Christophe Maillot - three diverse and well-known choreographic names to conjure with, and three masters of their art whose creations will be performed on the Riviera this Christmas.
French author Sarasvati Devi’s new poetry and photo book explores the beauty of tranquility and the eloquence of silence
Charlotte Arnal, a young activist from Aix-en-Provence, is (quite literally) on her way to changing the French Constitution to give animals protected legal status
The works of five local painters without an atelier of their own find a temporary home at Aniko Papista’s Old Town space
Sicily has always held a special attraction among the landscapes of the Italian South. Come with us to the southeast tip of the island, to Syracuse, which looks east across the Ionian Sea to the Greeks, and southwest across the African Sea to Carthage
Think the most-performed play in French theatre history cannot possibly be reinterpreted? Théâtre de la Cité director Thierry Surace and his resident company prove otherwise