The nineteenth of November is sometimes referred to as “Day of the Sovereign Prince.” This holiday has been observed continuously since 1857, and there is no reason to believe that this year will be any different. For this joyous occasion, the Town Hall of Monaco has already ensured 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. See what our Monaco magazine suggests you should do:
Show for children with beatboxing in Monte Carlo
At the Espace Léo Ferré on Wednesday, November 9, at three in the afternoon, a film screening of Oggy and the Cockroaches will take place for children who are at least five years old. A redesigned soundtrack for a cartoon will be provided by two of the best beatboxers in the world, Loopstation SARO and Alexinho. They will take you on a one-of-a-kind adventure into the world of Oggy, an anthropomorphic blue cat with a clown nose that is continuously harassed by three cockroaches. This adventure will have music, mouth noises, and humor.
Spectacular drone performance taking place over the Monte-Carlo palace
On Friday, November 18, around 8:00 p.m., a total of two hundred illuminated drones will be flying above the Principality of Monaco. The performance, which will last for twelve minutes and be put on by MC-Clic, will take place above the Prince’s Palace as atmospheric music plays in the background.
Laugh-out-loud musical comedy in Monte Carlo
Soon after that, on the same day as a demonstration using drones, at 21:00, Espace Léo Ferré will play host to Les Franglaises. The group will put on a spiritual musical comedy performance, which will feature some of the best English tunes sung in French translation.
Concerto for cello and violin at Monte-Carlo
The performance that will be given by Camille Berthollet and her sister Julie Berthollet on November 19 at 8:00 p.m. will serve as the capper to the National Holiday. As part of their performance, they will reinvent, on violin and cello, “the intriguing universe of yesterday’s and today’s series via the most beautiful musical themes.”
Anyone who is interested in attending the activities is required to submit an application for an invitation at the Espace Léo Ferré. After presenting a valid form of identification, a resident card, or a family book for children who are residents, applicants will be given their tickets.