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Time Off: If you do one thing this week.

PAY a visit to the new Capital of Culture 08 Place in Whitechapel, which opens on Saturday. It's Britain's first one-stop culture shop, with information about everything that's going on in the city. And it's free

TAKE a trip to the seaside and watch Knotty Ash's most famous resident, Ken Dodd, at New Brighton's Floral Pavilion Theatre on Saturday.

Contact the box office on0151 639 4360

CELEBRATE the best of The Beatles with

Come Together 2005 at Liverpool Academy of Arts. The academy celebrates its 13th Come Together exhibition with this showcase of sculptures and paintings based on the 'fab four'. Call 0151 709

0735TAKE a stroll down t o Croxteth Park for the Merseyfest free event on Saturday. There will be a children's zone featuring bouncy castles, face-painting, puppet shows and hair-braiding

THIS is the last chance to catch work by local artists Sylvia Binns, Audrey Makerson and Bernard Starkey at Calderstones Park. Their exhibition runs until August 23. For more information call 0151 639 3726

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Date:Aug 16, 2005
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