Live coverage of the Queen's funeral at Westminster Abbey will be shown on big screens in public spaces, religious buildings and in cinemas across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Members of the public will be able to gather at designated venues to watch proceedings on Monday 19 September, as they are televised to a potential audience of billions across the world.
The funeral service is due to begin at 11am and last around an hour.
Many city and town councils have taken the decision to show the funeral to give mourners a place to come together to experience the historic event.
The period of national mourning will last until the day of the state funeral – an official bank holiday in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Which cities and towns in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have big screens showing the funeral?
A 20 metre screen will be put up on the balcony of Hull City Hall, in Queen Victoria Square, to broadcast proceedings from 9am. Limited seating will be available.
Bradford Cathedral will be opening its doors for members of the public to watch the funeral from 10am.
It is free entry on a first come first serve basis. There is seating for around 350 people. The Cathedral will be open until 4pm.
A free event is being held at Millennium Square in the city centre between 10am and 6pm. There will be a viewing area with limited seating on a first come first served basis.
More details can be found here.
Lincoln Cathedral has confirmed mourners will be able to view the Queen's Funeral from a large screen in the nave.
The Cathedral will open from 8am on the day of the funeral - with the broadcast beginning at 11am.
Lincoln Castle will also show proceedings. A spokesperson said: "The grounds of Lincoln Castle will remain open and a large screen will be displaying the funeral for those wishing to pay their respects alongside other members of their community."
The Medieval Wall Walk, Victorian Prison and Magna Carta vault at the castle will remain closed.
The state funeral will be screened at Ripon Cathedral from 9.30am on Monday 19 September.
Wakefield Cathedral will be live-streaming the funeral from 10am. There will be a special service the day before at 3.30pm.
Scarborough Spa will be hosting a big screen viewing of the funeral from 11am. Doors will open at 10.30am and people are being advised to arrive promptly to avoid disturbing the start of the funeral.
Which cinemas are showing the Queen's funeral?
The Vue cinema chain will show the proceedings at all of its venues across the country.
Vue cinemas in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire:
Doncaster Leisure Park
Broad Street Plaza, Halifax
Princes Quay, Hull
The Light, Leeds
Cardigan Fields, Leeds
Stirling Road, York
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