Two Oceans Aquarium SEA Team Movie Night
Join us on the evening of Friday 2 March 2018 when the Two Oceans Aquarium SEA Team is hosting a fun, laidback movie night. This event is being held in aid of Shark Spotters and the Little Optimist Trust, and on the bill is Optimist, the gripping documentary about Greg Bertish, his daring journey on a very small boat, and the bacteria that nearly killed him … three times!
Buy your ticket today – capacity is limited so don’t delay!
Come and enjoy an inspiring night at the Two Oceans Aquarium with Shark Spotters, Greg Bertish and the Two Oceans Aquarium SEA Team. You’ll get to experience the Aquarium after closing time, appreciate the beauty of the sharks and other sea creatures, and learn more about the indelible power of optimism. There will also be a Q&A session with Greg after the screening as well as some fun spot prizes up for grabs...
- Date: 2 March 2018
- Time: 6:30pm
- Cost: R125 per person. The cost of entry includes a light dinner, popcorn, and a movie.
- All proceeds will be donated to Shark Spotters and the Little Optimist Trust.
Greg Bertish is a big wave surfer, a South African Champion Lifesaver and a standup paddle boarder. The bulk of Greg’s work now focuses on fundraising efforts to impact broadly on the quality of healthcare for children. He has also worked tirelessly with the Red Cross Children’s Hospital, helping to upgrade the buildings, purchase vital equipment and fund critical training and research programmes.
Greg is also one of the founding members of Shark Spotters, the proudly Capetonian non-profit organisation dedicated to the pursuit of a sustainable coexistence of sharks and people.
We can’t think of better causes to donate the movie night’s proceeds to!About the Two Oceans Aquarium SEA Team
The Two Oceans Aquarium Student Environmental Action (SEA) Team is a group of inspired young individuals committed to conserving, protecting and respecting the environment. These individuals all graduated from the Two Oceans Aquarium Environmental Education Centre’s Young Biologist course, a free course for grade 10s that is run through our Marine Sciences Academy. A new committee is voted in every six months. They are tasked with organising two major beach cleanups every year as well as one bigger project in pursuit of abundant and healthy oceans for life.