The Queen’s funeral will be screened for mourners in Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park.
It will be one of several large screens being put in place at public parks and venues across the UK for the event on Monday.
Around 125 cinemas in the UK are also due to screen the funeral, held at Westminster Abbey.
The Queen’s coffin is currently lying in state at Westminster Hall, where it will remain until the morning of the funeral.
It will then be taken from there to Westminster Abbey, with a public procession starting at 12.15pm.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) confirmed that the historic occasion will be shown in various locations.
Local screenings will be held at locations including:
– Hyde Park, London.
– Cathedral Square, Sheffield, West Yorkshire.
– Centenary Square, Birmingham, Midlands.
– Bitts Park, Carlisle, Cumbria.
– Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.
– Coleraine Town Hall, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
– Bedford Corn Exchange, Bedfordshire.
– Centenary Square, Birmingham, West Midlands.
– Bradford Cathedral, West Yorkshire.
– University Square, Coventry, West Midlands.
– Northernhay Gardens, Exeter, Devon.
– Sandy Park at the Exeter City Football Club, Devon.
– Millennium Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire.
– Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.
– Old Eldon Square, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear.