That’s right. Your long, guilt-laden search for a non-topical London theatre production, the non-existent symbolism of which you won’t have to discuss with your chichi friends in Hackney, is finally at an end. As irrelevant today as it would have been if we’d put it on in October as we wanted, Cold Plates: A Sketchier Show, returns four years on and two wasted medical degrees later to the old stomping ground where all our parents’ resentments began. Revisit inherently hilarious characters from your childhood like Michael Phelps from the Olympics, Buzz Aldrin from that space movie, and Depression from that time when you had Depression. So come on down to the Old Red Lion for rip-roaring, mane-flinging and paw-punning comedy that’s fun for all the family. Bring your dentist, bring your Hinge date, bring your rabbi and that’ll probably do us.