The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Monday 19th September and there will be a number of locations in Sussex showing the event.
The Queen passed away peacefully aged 96, Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement, with the state funeral taking place 10 days later.
King Charles III was officially declared just days later during a historic accession ceremony, where he decreed that the sad day would be marked with a bank holiday.
With many supermarkets, shops and entertainment venues to close, there are a few venues that have opted to show a live broadcast of the Sussex funeral.
What to Expect at the Queen’s Funeral
Where can I see the Queen’s funeral in Sussex?
Hastings City Council has arranged a screening of the film Queen’s funeral which will be shown on a big screen in Alexandra Park on the top lawn.
It begins at 10 a.m., one hour before the funeral begins, and shuts down after the funeral is over.
For detailed information on this screening see the Council’s website here.
Brighton Pier will also be an outdoor venue showing the funeral, which will be shown on a big screen in Horatio’s Bar.
In addition, the Picturedrome Cinema in Bognor Regis will show the funeral.
A statement from Adam Cunard, the cinema’s CEO their website said: “On Monday 19 September the cinema will be showing Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral service.
“Tickets are limited and available free of charge at the box office. Doors open at 10am and you are most welcome to join us.”
When is the Queen’s funeral?
The Queen’s Funeral takes place on Monday 19 September with services starting at 6.30am and BBC coverage of the event starting at 8am.
The service at Westminster Abbey will take place at 11am, while a later funeral service at St George’s Chapel will also be broadcast.
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