An Ocean of Stars June 2016

8th June 2016
7pm - 10pm
Tickets - £12 (plus booking fee)

Avoid the crowds, receive VIP treatment and pay less than half the normal admission!

Join us for a very special evening event on World Oceans Day to celebrate marine conservation and the stars thereof. Admission is only £12 (plus booking fee) and all money raised through ticket sales will be donated to the SEA LIFE Trust. At this exclusive, after hours event you can enjoy a free glass of bubbly, some tasty nibbles and find out more about inspiring conservation whilst you wander through our iconic aquarium surrounded by breath-taking displays and incredible marine life.

With stands dotted throughout the aquarium run by a variety of charities and organisations, this is the perfect opportunity to learn more about our amazing animals and how to help protect them. Confirmed attendees so far are the SEA LIFE Trust, Manta Trust, Bite-Back Shark & Marine Conservation, The Shark Trust, Falklands Conservation, WiseOceans, Marine Stewardship Council, Sustainable Seafood Coalition, Galapagos Conservation Trust and Marine Conservation Society but stay tuned for more updates!

Enter our tombola for only £2 a ticket (or 3 for £5!) to win incredible prizes such as a Snorkeling with Sharks Experience or a bottle of Champagne. Don’t forget to bring some cash with you as we will not be able to accept card payments.

All money raised on the night through ticket sales and the tombola will go to the SEA LIFE Trust

During the evening talks will be given by Andy Bool from the SEA LIFE Trust, Abbie Hine from the Manta Trust and Award-winning photo-journalist- journalist Paul Colley with a talk entitled  Making images count: the power of photography in conservation.

Photos by Andre Di Monaco

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Entry is only £12 (less than half the normal admission price) and all money raised through ticket sales and the tombola will be donated to the SEA LIFE Trust. To book tickets and for FAQs on the event click on the button below!

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Entry is only £12 (less than half the normal admission price) and all money raised through ticket sales and the tombola will be donated to the SEA LIFE Trust. To book tickets and for FAQs on the event click on the button below!

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Entry is only £12 (less than half the normal admission price) and all money raised through ticket sales and the tombola will be donated to the SEA LIFE Trust. To book tickets and for FAQs on the event click on the button below!

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SEA LIFE Trust

Through innovative campaigns, scientific research and inspiring education, the SEA LIFE Trust works globally to champion the need for an end to overexploitation of marine life. Recently the SEA LIFE Trust has collaborated with Whale & Dolphin Conservation to create the ‘Wipe Out Whaling’ campaign calling for a ban on the shipment of whale products through European ports. It is also sponsoring and supporting the Shark Trust's 'No Limits? No Future!' campaign.

 Find out more about their latest campaign and sign the petition.

is an innovative and energetic charity with a clear objective; to make Britain shark fin free! Their latest campaign 'No-Fin to Declare' has gained huge momentum since its launch in July 2015 gaining over 100,000 signatures so far on a petition calling for an end to the personal import allowance of dried sharks fins to Europe.

SEA LIFE London Aquarium is extremely proud to sponsor this fin-tastic charity and to promote the 'No Fin to Declare' campaign and petition on site.

 Find out more about their latest campaign and sign the petition.

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 Find out more about their latest campaign and sign the petition.

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is an innovative and energetic charity with a clear objective; to make Britain shark fin free! Their latest campaign 'No-Fin to Declare' has gained huge momentum since its launch in July 2015 gaining over 100,000 signatures so far on a petition calling for an end to the personal import allowance of dried sharks fins to Europe.

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is an innovative and energetic charity with a clear objective; to make Britain shark fin free! Their latest campaign 'No-Fin to Declare' has gained huge momentum since its launch in July 2015 gaining over 100,000 signatures so far on a petition calling for an end to the personal import allowance of dried sharks fins to Europe.

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SEA LIFE London Aquarium is extremely proud to sponsor this fin-tastic charity and to promote the 'No Fin to Declare' campaign and petition on site.

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SEA LIFE London Aquarium is extremely proud to sponsor this fin-tastic charity and to promote the 'No Fin to Declare' campaign and petition on site.

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Sustainable Seafood Coalition

We are very pleased to welcome the SSC which is exhibiting at An Ocean of Stars for the first time. The SSC is cross-industry group in the UK tackling seafood sustainability using their influence as a seafood business. Their aim is to make it easier for consumers to make informed seafood buying decisions. To help transform our oceans back to thriving, healthy ecosystems with plentiful fish for all!

You can pick up a free MCS Pocket Good Fish Guide during your next visit to the aquarium!

is the voice for everyone who loves the sea; working in the UK to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever. The MCS is working to establish vital marine protected areas, to clear our seas of rubbish and to reduce overfishing.

In 2013 over 2000 members of the public, representatives from many charities and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall joined the MCS and SEA LIFE in a march over Westminster bridge to show support for the creation of a coherent network of Marine Conservation Zones around the UK coastline. The push for better protection of UK seas continues.

You can pick up a free MCS Pocket Good Fish Guide during your next visit to the aquarium!

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You can pick up a free MCS Pocket Good Fish Guide during your next visit to the aquarium!

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is the voice for everyone who loves the sea; working in the UK to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever. The MCS is working to establish vital marine protected areas, to clear our seas of rubbish and to reduce overfishing.

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is the voice for everyone who loves the sea; working in the UK to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever. The MCS is working to establish vital marine protected areas, to clear our seas of rubbish and to reduce overfishing.

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In 2013 over 2000 members of the public, representatives from many charities and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall joined the MCS and SEA LIFE in a march over Westminster bridge to show support for the creation of a coherent network of Marine Conservation Zones around the UK coastline. The push for better protection of UK seas continues.

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In 2013 over 2000 members of the public, representatives from many charities and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall joined the MCS and SEA LIFE in a march over Westminster bridge to show support for the creation of a coherent network of Marine Conservation Zones around the UK coastline. The push for better protection of UK seas continues.

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Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT)

is the only UK charity to focus exclusively on the conservation and sustainability of the Galapagos Islands. By supporting pioneering projects across science, education and culture and raising awareness of Galapagos in the UK, GCT works towards a Galapagos that is protected into the future for the benefit of its unique wildlife and for humankind.

Looking for work in marine conservation? Visit the WiseOceans website for jobs, courses, expeditions, volunteering opportunities and more!

is a specialist Marine Education and Conservation company striving to spread awareness for our wonderful yet fragile oceans and the creatures that live within them. They are a leading resource in marine conservation jobs, advice, news, events, marine education, information and recruiting marine educators.

Follow the WiseOceans blog to keep up to date with WiseOceans in the marine world!

Looking for work in marine conservation? Visit the WiseOceans website for jobs, courses, expeditions, volunteering opportunities and more!

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Looking for work in marine conservation? Visit the WiseOceans website for jobs, courses, expeditions, volunteering opportunities and more!

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is a specialist Marine Education and Conservation company striving to spread awareness for our wonderful yet fragile oceans and the creatures that live within them. They are a leading resource in marine conservation jobs, advice, news, events, marine education, information and recruiting marine educators.

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is a specialist Marine Education and Conservation company striving to spread awareness for our wonderful yet fragile oceans and the creatures that live within them. They are a leading resource in marine conservation jobs, advice, news, events, marine education, information and recruiting marine educators.

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Follow the WiseOceans blog to keep up to date with WiseOceans in the marine world!

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Follow the WiseOceans blog to keep up to date with WiseOceans in the marine world!

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Manta Trust

Since its creation the Manta Trust has gone from strength to strength; promoting the worldwide conservation of manta rays and their habitat through robust science and research, raising awareness and providing education, influence and action. Bringing together a number of projects from across the globe, the Manta Trust relies on good science, education, community based initiatives and government legislation to ensure effective conservation for Manta Rays (and their close relations, Mobula Rays) and their habitat.
(Photo credit: Guy Stevens)

Look for the MSC logo on seafood packaging and restaurant menus; to help you recognise products from businesses and fisheries using sustainable practices.

is an international non-profit organisation established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing and safeguard seafood supplies for the future.

The MSC is international so you can look for their products in Europe, Australia, USA, Canada, South America, Asia or South Africa.

Look for the MSC logo on seafood packaging and restaurant menus; to help you recognise products from businesses and fisheries using sustainable practices.

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Look for the MSC logo on seafood packaging and restaurant menus; to help you recognise products from businesses and fisheries using sustainable practices.

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is an international non-profit organisation established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing and safeguard seafood supplies for the future.

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is an international non-profit organisation established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing and safeguard seafood supplies for the future.

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The MSC is international so you can look for their products in Europe, Australia, USA, Canada, South America, Asia or South Africa.

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The MSC is international so you can look for their products in Europe, Australia, USA, Canada, South America, Asia or South Africa.

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Falklands
Conservation

Falklands Conservation works to protect the wildlife in the Falkland Islands for future generations. Undertaking practical conservation projects, surveys and scientific studies, conducts annual monitoring of seabird populations, rescues wildlife and penguins in trouble. It involves islanders of all ages in its activities and relies on donations and public support to carry out its work. The islands hold a third of the world's breeding populations of Gentoo penguin.