About this institution


The Two Oceans Aquarium is a window into the spectacular oceans surrounding the southern African coast.

Their collection of more than 3000 marine creatures represent the life that thrives along the South African coast, and the exhibits and displays package messages around conservation and environmental awareness in a fun and accessible way.

Don’t miss the sharks, jellies and stingrays!

Please note that Two Oceans Aquarium offers
half-price admissions on Museum Night.

Adults - R92.50
Children (4–13 years) - R45
Children (14–17 years) - R70
South African pensioner - R70
*South African student - R70
*NB Valid ID / Student card must be presented


Secondary Programme

7:30 – 8:15 +
9:00 – 9:45 pm

Francesca Biancoli Trio

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Francesca was born in Bari,South Italy, a multi-cultured seaside town famous for its Greek, Arabic, and Turkish influences. Growing up with access to such rich and varied diversity helped inform her spontaneous and non-conformist musical path. In 2010, Biancoli began her formal education at the renowned Martini Conservatory in Bologna, studying under musical greats such as Diana Torto, Stefano Zenni and Fabrizio Puglisi. Her musical career took off in 2011 after winning the Orsara International ,Nuoro Jazz and Berklee scholarships, which helped refine her skills as a musician.

Biancoli came to Cape Town in 2013 where she attended the University of Cape Town as part of a musical exchange and decided to stay. Cape Town’s rich musical history has enabled her to nurture her love of Jazz and meet and collaborate with like-minded creatives such as Kevin Gibson, Shane Cooper,Nicholas Williams, Keenan Ahrends, Marlon Witbooi ,Alvin Dyers, Rus Nerwich and Mark Fransman.

In music, Biancoli endeavours to find herself. As she believes, it is only through self-awareness that an artist can truly connect with their audience and elevate them emotionally and spiritually.