Crystal Palace could be getting its very own open air theatre.

A theatre group not only hopes to build the theatre in Crystal Palace Park, but a cinema and art gallery as well, all of which has been agreed in principle with Bromley Council.

But to make sure that dream becomes reality by 2019, a fundraising page has been set up to help bring the 1,000-seat idea to life.

"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," the fundraising page said.

"We aim to provide accessible, entertainment and cultural engagement for all ages and life stages."

This money raised will enable the group to work with people in the architecture and design industry to help build the open air theatre.

"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.,"the fundraising page said.

"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."

To view the fundraising page, click here.