Funeral Filming and Live Streaming at Durbar Hall, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, East Sussex
Funeral Filming specialises in funeral live streaming services, offering a way to connect families and friends during times of mourning. We recently provided these services at Durbar Hall, located within Hastings Museum & Art Gallery in East Sussex, a venue embodying rich history and cultural diversity.
Durbar Hall: A Symbol of Cultural Heritage
The Durbar Hall, integral to Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, is a remarkable example of historical architecture and cultural integration. Constructed for the 1886 Colonial & Indian Exhibition in London and later donated to the museum, the hall was designed by Caspar Purdon Clarke and expertly crafted by Punjab artisans Mohammed Baksh and Mohammed Juma. Its history as a reception pavilion for the Prince of Wales adds to its grandeur and significance.
Architectural Majesty for Memorial Services
Durbar Hall’s intricate design, influenced by traditional Indian palaces, presents a majestic backdrop for funeral filming and live streaming. The museum’s building, based at John’s Place since 1928, features a distinctive red brick with sandstone dressings, a crenelated roofline, and studded oak doors, enhancing the solemnity and dignity of funeral services.
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
John’s Place, Bohemia Rd, Hastings TN34 1ET