Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will take place on Monday September 19 when south-east London gathers to pay their respects to the late monarch.
The Queen passed away peacefully aged 96, Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement, with the state funeral taking place ten 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.
Many supermarkets, shops and entertainment venues will close, but there are a few locations that have opted to show a live broadcast of the funeral in south-east London.
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Where can I see the Queen’s funeral?
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral is being screened at the Vue Cinema in Bromley, but at the time of writing, screenings have been completely sold out.
Seats for the screening could be booked on Vue’s website and will be broadcast live at 10am with an expected runtime of 5 hours.
The cinema’s website booking page states: “We will be showing the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at select locations in the UK.”
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Seating is free, but food and drink options are limited to free bottled water during the broadcast.
They added: “On this day we will not be showing our normal film program.”
However, there are other ways you can follow the celebratory event.
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Britain’s largest pub group, Stonegate, which owns Walkabout and Slug & Lettuce, has announced it will keep venues open next Monday to show footage of the Queen’s funeral.
A spokeswoman for the Stonegate Group said: “The death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is a momentous and somber event.
“We send our deepest condolences to the Royal Family at this sad time.
“Our managed pubs, bars and venues will remain open and where possible will screen the funeral on Monday 19 September to honor her life and ministry.
“At our leased and leased property, our pub partners make an independent decision that applies to their business and their community.
“To find out what’s on at your nearest pub, please visit their website and social media accounts.”
Details on how the public can participate in the laydown have been revealed
Will the Queen’s funeral be televised?
Yes, the Queen’s funeral will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC News and available on BBC iPlayer.
It is also shown on Sky News and can be viewed on TV and through his YouTube channels.
When is the Queen’s funeral?
The Queen’s funeral will take 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.