Since 2012, the Théâtre des Muses has offered Monaco a rich and varied programme, with something for both adults and children.
Monaco’s Théâtre des Muses is the story of an old bakery in the Moneghetti district, which was transformed into a performance hall. This intimate venue, with a capacity of around a hundred, was opened to the public in 2012 after three years of renovation work.
It is the brainchild of theatre enthusiast Anthéa Sogno. The Monegasque denizen, actress and director wanted to “create a place in Monaco where actors and the public could come together and interact”. It is a friendly venue where the bread oven still takes pride of place at the back of the stage, sharing the space with red velvet chairs and Belle Époque furnishings. It is a venue where actors can chat to audience members over a drink at the end of the performance.