Cast your mind back to the days of your school youth club when Freddos were 10p and all you had to think about was which cassette to put into your walkman.
A pop-up adult youth club is coming to Digbeth this summer offering crazy golf, ping pong, street food and cocktail-making where you can recreate the flavours of your childhood from Drumstick Martinis to Bubble Gum bellinis.
Organisers pledge the event is designed to "remind you of a time when life wasn't just so damn serious".
The youth club will be taking over the car park at The Old Crown in Digbeth on Friday, June 30 and Saturday, July 1. © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc
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There will be a custom-built mobile molecular cocktail bar nicknamed Heisenbar, which pays homage to one of the science greats, Heisenberg.
Alex Powell, from the Old Crown, said: "We'll take you on a journey where you'll recall those riveting chemistry lessons but this time we let you experiment the way you always wanted to - as long as it involves alcohol and making cocktails obvs.
"And once you've finished amazing your friends on Instagram with your dry ice spectaculars, continue on your trip down memory lane with a few more cocktails from our bar. Maybe a rhubarb and custard? Or our triple shot Cola Bottle?"
Remember that food you ate too?
London caterers Disco Kitchen will be cooking croquettes, meat filled cheesy chip toasties and braised meat sliders.
"Adult Youth Club gives you the chance to take that trip back to your childhood and break all the rules," added Alex.
"We definitely can't make Freddos 10p again but we can offer you a second crack at the whip at being a young, carefree funster." © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc
Tickets cost £20 each including an hour's cocktail class, two molecular cocktails from the Heisenbar menu and a boozy palate cleanser.
Booking is recommended at adultyouthclub.com although walk up places may be available.
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