In the 1950s, a new type of person marketed as 'teenagers', was launched by a man named Elvis Presley. At The Old Crown Public House they're delving into history with an interactive demonstration of the original prototype: swing £22 our way to shake, rattle, and bowl with The King-pins of retro fun with a modern twist, including entry for two people with two burgers, two glasses of wine or a beer, and one game of Wii tenpin bowling (a £44 value). On a Sunday or Monday, you and your Big Hunk O' Love can get All Shook Up at a pop-up '50s night on New Oxford Street. Choose to dress for the part like your glamorous bartenders, or indeed -- Don't. While you sip on your alco-shake, there'll be a live DJ to further rockabilly the atmosphere. These teenagers today with their funny hair and silly dancing -- show them how it should go with today's deal before it's censored.
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Enjoy By 14 August, 2012