Pocklington Arts Centre is showing every England game throughout the World Cup on the cinema screen in the 200-seat auditorium.
The first floor bar will also be open throughout the screenings at the centre.
PAC manager James Duffy said: “With World Cup fever gripping the nation what better time to open up PAC’s cinema and give everyone the chance to catch the game on the big screen.
“To have a cinema in the heart of Pocklington is a real asset to the town and the surrounding area so what better time to make the most of it and embrace all the fun and atmosphere of World Cup football right here at East Yorkshire’s premier arts venue.
“When it comes to watching football the next best thing to seeing it live is to catch it on the big screen and they don’t come much bigger than a cinema screen.”
The first England game kicks off at 7pm on Monday 18 June when they take on Tunisia, with the PAC screenings covering the pre-match build up as well as the game.