Crystal Palace Park Theatre and Cinema

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Crystal Palace Park Theatre and Cinema

Crystal Palace Park Theatre and Cinema

Crystal Palace Park Theatre By Crystal Palace Park Theatre

Crystal Palace Park Theatre is a new open air theatre running its First Season in summer 2019 as part of the area's regeneration programme with a proposed permanent venue tender planned.

Bromley Fundraising stage

pledged of £56,317
days left

Pledges will only be charged if the project hits its funding goal of £56,317 by 07 May 2018

CPPT will run this First Season in Summer 2019 for residents of Crystal Palace and South London - we will build theatre, cinema and art gallery space. With an amazing team including leaders in every arts sector and in consultation with Artistic Director David Fry, we are local individuals (not developers or corporations) who have a combined 500 years experience in the arts world. We aim to provide accessible, entertainment and cultural engagement for all ages and life stages. We have secured agreement in principle with local authority and park management to enable us to progress to this next stage. This crowd fund will enable us to work with experts in their fields in architecture, design and fundraising to shape and secure the First Season. With your support, we can also present this concept to the local community - allowing us to gain support from the five surrounding Boroughs.

What we'll deliver:

  • A part-time basis Artistic Director to Programme the First Season
  • Employ fundraising experts specialising in arts and culture to maximise our fundraising potential
  • Community Launch Event to present design concepts and timeline
  • Designed concepts for an 850-1000 seated open air theatre, cinema and art gallery
  • Feasibility report on proposed site

Why it's a great idea:

We will bring high calibre entertainment to South London over the Summer returning this historic landmark, with its 180 degree views, back to its historic location as the centre of entertainment before the Crystal Palace burnt down in 1936. This is a unique opportunity to deliver a bespoke cultural offering on the doorstep of this rich and diverse local community. We will have an outreach programme that will welcome local arts, sports, charities and schools to use this space. Join us at this foundation stage to be a leading member of one the most exciting NON-PROFIT, COMMUNITY FOCUSED developments the area has seen. Bringing you a brilliant range of entertainment from eye popping puppeteers, to serious Shakespeare or brand new musicals with something for all the family.

Steps to get it done:

  • To enable the architects to run a feasibility report and move forward with the community meeting
  • to enable the key personnel in the team to create the first season - namely the CEO, the Artistic Director, PR/Marketing
  • to enable the wider fund raising to begin by employing a professional fund raiser


Location Bromley

Bromley has 99 other projects and £895,000 in potential grant funding

About the space



London Borough of Bromley

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How will the money be spent?Total £56,317

Feasibility including drawings - £20,000 (36%)
Project Management - £12,000 (21%)
Fundraising - £10,000 (18%)
Artistic Director Fee - £4,800 (9%)
Accounting and Legal - £4,000 (7%)
Other - £5,517 (10%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. These costs have been confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified.

Feasibility including drawings
Project Management
Artistic Director Fee
Accounting and Legal
  • Spacehive fees
  • Transaction Fees
  • VAT

Total £56,317

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