On November 19, a holiday known as “Day of the Sovereign Prince” is celebrated in several parts of the world. Since 1857, this holiday has been celebrated without interruption, and there is no reason to expect that the celebration will be interrupted in any way this year. For this joyous occasion, the Town Hall of Monaco has already made sure that each and every citizen of the Principality is taken care of, and it has provided a schedule of free events that are suitable for both adults and children of all ages. In addition, the Town Hall has made sure that all of the events are family-friendly. Check out what our Monaco magazine recommends you do in this issue:
Beatboxing performances for younger audiences in Monte Carlo.
Children who are at least five years old are invited to attend a screening of the film Oggy and the Cockroaches at the Espace Léo Ferré on Wednesday, November 9, at three o’clock in the afternoon. The film will be shown to the audience. Loopstation SARO and Alexinho, who are considered to be two of the finest beatboxers in the world, will be responsible for creating a reimagined score for a cartoon. They will take you on a one-of-a-kind journey into the world of Oggy, who is an anthropomorphic blue cat with a clown nose who is constantly plagued by three cockroaches. They will take you on this journey into the world of Oggy. This journey will include humorous moments, as well as music and mouth noises.
Spectacular performance by a drone now taking place over the Monte-Carlo palace
On the evening of Friday, November 18, at around 8:00 p.m., a total of two hundred drones that are illuminated will be flying above the Principality of Monaco. The performance, which will be put on by MC-Clic and will continue for a total of twelve minutes, will take place in the air above the Prince’s Palace while ambient music is playing in the background.
A musical comedy that will make you laugh out loud in Monte Carlo
After that, on the same day that there will be a demonstration with drones, Les Franglaises will perform at Espace Léo Ferré at 21:00. A spiritual musical comedy show will be put on by the ensemble, and it will contain some of the finest English melodies sung in French translation.
Monte-Carlo had a concert featuring the cello and violin.
The concert that will be delivered on November 19 at 8:00 p.m. by Camille Berthollet and her sister Julie Berthollet will serve as the culmination of the National Holiday. As a part of their performance, they are going to reimagine, on the violin and cello, “the enthralling cosmos of yesterday’s and today’s series via the most exquisite musical themes.”
Anyone who is interested in participating in the events at the Espace Léo Ferré is needed to submit an application in order to be considered for an invitation. Applicants will be handed their tickets only after they have provided a legitimate form of identity, a residency card, or a family book for children who are residents of the state.