(from December 04 2008 to January 03 2010)
From Friday 4th December to Sunday 3rd January Quai Albert Ier: Activities for Christmas and the end of the year
(from December 26 2008 to January 03 2010)
Saturday 26th December to Sunday 3rd January, Grimaldi Forum Monaco: Choreographic performances by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo with participation by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra
(from April 11 2009 to May 10 2009)
From Saturday 11th April to Sunday 10th May Avenue des Beaux Arts: In association with the Opera Gallery Monaco, an exhibition of works by the artist Mauro Corda organised by the Société des Bains de Mer
(from April 22 2009 to June 03 2009)
Wednesday 22nd April to Wednesday 3rd June Jardins des Boulingrins: Exhibition of monumental sculptures on the theme Bronze and the Beauty by Daphné Du Barry. From 4th May: exhibition in the Atrium of the Monte-Carlo Casino
(from April 28 2009 to June 19 2009)
Tuesday 28th April to Friday 19th June, 11am to 6pm (except weekends and bank holidays) at the Marlborough Gallery, Monaco: Paintings exhibition by Bill Jacklin
(from April 29 2009 to May 03 2009)
From Wednesday 29th to Sunday 3rd May, Grimaldi Forum Monaco: "Faust" by Franz Liszt. Choreography by Jean-Christophe Maillot by the Ballets de Monte Carlo
(from April 29 2009 to May 16 2009)
Wednesday 29th April to Saturday 16th May from 3pm to 8pm (except Sundays and bank holidays) Maison de l'Amérique Latine : Paintings exhibition by Wang Juning and Yuan Lin Zhang
(from May 01 2009 to May 15 2009)
From Friday 1st to Friday 15th May, from 10.30am to 7pm Salle des Arts at the Sporting d?Hiver: In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Akira Kurosawa: Exhibition of objects and costumes from Akira Kurosawa?s films ? 166 166.
(from May 01 2009 to May 31 2009)
From Friday 1st to Sunday 31st May, from 3pm to 7pm Carré Doré Gallery: Exhibition ?The heirs of the Russian avant-garde: on the quest for a new spirituality? ? 86.
(on May 02 2009)
Saturday 2nd May at 1pm Gaston Medecin Sports Hall, Stade Louis II: Judo: Challenge Prince Albert II (under 11s and over 11s categories)
(on May 02 2009)
Saturday 2nd May, at 7pm Louis II Stadium: French Football Premiere League : Monaco - Auxerre
(on May 06 2009)
Wednesday 6th May at 4pm, Rainier III Auditorium: Symphony concert by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra meeting a young audience conducted by Patrick Baton with Marie Gillain, narrator. Programme: Ravel
(on May 07 2009)
Thursday 7th May at 8.30pm, Théâtre des Variétés: French comedy show "Saint François, le Divin jongleur" [Saint Francois, the Divine Juggler] by Dario Fo, organized by the Diocesan Cultural Service
(from May 08 2009 to May 10 2009)
Friday 8th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th May, 10am to 8pm on the Casino Terraces: 12th ?Rêveries sur les Jardins? Trade Show featuring Mediterranean garden art organized by the Garden Club of Monaco
(from May 09 2009 to May 10 2009)
Saturday 9th May, from 5pm to 8pm and Sunday 10th May from 10am to 6.30pm, Casino Terraces: 42nd International Flower Arranging Competition organised by the Garden Club of Monaco ? 04.
(on May 10 2009)
Sunday 10th May at 11am and 5pm, Salle Garnier: ?Les Matinées Classiques? [Classic Matinees], symphony concerts by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi with David Fray, piano. Programme: Rossini, Mozart and Haydn
(on May 12 2009)
Tuesday 12th May at 8.30pm, Théâtre des Variétés: Cinema Tuesdays, on the theme ?Travellers and Conquerors? screening of ?L'Ami américain? by Wim Wenders, organised by the Audiovisual Archives of Monaco
(on May 13 2009)
Wednesday 13th May at 5pm Théâtre des Variétés: Chamber music concert and exam (2nd Session) by the students of the Prince Rainier III of Monaco Academy of Music
(from May 14 2009 to May 17 2009)
Thursday 14th, Friday 15th, Saturday 16th May at 9pm and Sunday 17th May at 3pm, Princess Grace Theatre: ?Les 4 vérités? by Marcel Ayme with Marthe Mercadier and Raymond Acquaviva ? 27.
(on May 15 2009)
Friday 15th May, at 8.30pm Salle des Princes at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco: Symphony concert by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Wayne Marshall. Programme: Gershwin, Copland and Bernstein
(on May 16 2009)
Saturday 16th May, at 7pm Louis II Stadium: French Football Premiere League : Monaco - Valenciennes
(on May 16 2009)
16th May at 8pm St Pauls Anglican Church: The Passion according to Saint John by Johann Sebastian Bach with the Quilisma Vocal Ensemble conducted by Liesel Jürgens ? 27.
(from May 16 2009 to May 17 2009)
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th May, Espace Fontvieille: Auction of collectable cars by Coys of Kensington - Tel. +44 208 614 7888.
(on May 17 2009)
Saturday 13th September, at 7 pm Louis II Stadium: French Football Premiere League : Monaco - Lorient
(from May 18 2009 to June 02 2009)
Monday 18th May to Tuesday 2nd June, 10am to 7pm at the Opera Gallery Monaco: Exhibition on the F1 Grand Prix and the Cannes Festival by Klasen, Baba Anand, Paul Alexis and Kaneda ? 24.
(on May 19 2009)
Tuesday 19th May at 7pm Stade Louis II: Football match between the Star Team For Children and the F1 Driver?s Association organised in aid of AMADE-Monaco
(from May 20 2009 to June 06 2009)
Wednesday 20th May to Saturday 6th June from 3pm to 8pm (except Sundays and bank holidays) Maison de l'Amérique Latine : Paintings exhibition by Nicolas Vargas Hernandez
(from May 21 2009 to May 23 2009)
Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd May: 67th Monaco Grand Prix (qualifying sessions) ? 24.
(on May 24 2009)
Sunday 24th May: 67th Monaco Grand Prix
(on May 29 2009)
Friday 29th May at 8pm Théâtre des Variétés: Show presented by the singing students of the Prince Rainier III of Monaco Academy of Music
(from May 30 2009 to May 31 2009)
Saturday 30th May at 3pm and 31st May at 9am Gaston Medecin Sports Hall, Stade Louis II: 21st Prince Albert Challenge in fencing (junior category ? boys and girls) organised by the Monegasque Fencing Federation ? 78.
(on May 31 2009)
Sunday 31st May at 11am and 6pm, Salle Garnier: Symphony concerts by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yakov Kreizberg with Jean-Bernard Pommier, piano. Programme: Haydn, Beethoven and Mozart