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Aug. 01

Il Sereno Lago di Como Opens

On the tranquil banks of Lake Como, this sister property to St Barths’ acclaimed Le Sereno resort makes a dashing first impression with Patricia Urquiola-designed interiors, an infinity pool and a private beach.

Aug. 01

Soul Bar & Bistro Reopens

Reopened after a near month-long renovation effort, this trendy Viaduct Harbour eatery and watering hole now feature a new look to its lively atmosphere and sundown position.

Aug. 02

Last Month of À ciel ouvert (Open Air), Felice Varini at MAMO

Given free rein on the Marseille Modulor (MAMO), the art centre atop the Le Corbusier-designed Cité Radieuse, Swiss artist Felice Varini makes full use of the spectacular architecture to produce a trio of forced perspective paintings that underline the structural magnificence of its setting. Until 2 Oct.

Aug. 03

69th Locarno Film Festival

Focusing on the films, rather than the glamour, the Locarno Festival has gained a reputation for unearthing new talents. Huge outdoors screenings at the Piazza Grande serve as the public will, with the 8000-strong audience voting to award the Prix du Public UBS – one of the 25 trophies up for contention. Until Aug 13.

Aug. 04

Last Month of Unfinished Exhibition at the Met Breuer

Through some 200 works spanning Renaissance, modern and contemporary works – artists such as Janine Antoni, Lygia Clark and Jackson Pollock – the MET (Breuer) examines a question critical to artistic practise: when is a work of art finished? Until 4 Sep.

Aug. 05

Last Week of Carmen at the Sydney Opera House

Following his success with Tosca, director John Bell brings a focused rendition of Carmen. Until Aug 12.

Aug. 07

Last 4 Weeks To Catch Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones

From original stage designs to backstage paraphernalia and personal correspondence, the Saatchi Gallery’s exhaustive examination of all things Rolling Stones enters its final four weeks. Until 4 September.

Aug. 15

Last Week of Renoir. at The National Art Centre Tokyo

Over 100 sculptures, pastels, drawings and other contextual material from the Musée d’Orsay and Musée d’Orangerie go on display at The National Art Centre in Tokyo – including Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette, the first such instance of the work showing in Japan. Until Aug 22.

Aug. 18

Hublot Polo Gold Cup

The competition is high at this tournament for the Polo world’s elite players, set to the dramatic backdrop of the Swiss Alps. Until 21 August.

Aug. 21

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

The culmination of a week of events and festivities centred on the automobile, where prestigious marques and iconic cars take to the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links for the ultimate contest of excellence.

Aug. 28


Jaeger-LeCoultre Polo Masters Final

Polo Club de Veytay hosts the gripping final of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Polo Masters.  For the 14th consecutive year, Jaeger-LeCoultre is the sponsor of this tournament and will unveil an exhibition celebrating the 85 years of the Reverso.

Aug. 30

Belmond Grand Hibernian Inaugural Journey

Belmond’s seventh, and Ireland’s first, luxury sleeper train, the Belmond Grand Hibernian makes its debut departure from Dublin, journeying through the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.