Comedian and first-generation immigrant Henning Wehn leads an irreverent guide to life in Britain from the perspective of some of its most notoriously polarising inhabitants. From the big issues to the almost overlooked minutiae of British life that we take for granted, An Immigrant’s Guide To Britain asks the big questions every prospective immigrant needs to know, such as: Can you learn to banter? What exactly do upper class people do? Is it good to swear at work? Why do we let animals sleep in our bedrooms? And is it possible to collect 100 ‘sorries’ from the British public?