Everyone loves Cornwall: beaches, pasties, surf, clotted cream. But there’s so much more to Kernow than Doc Martin, Escape To The Country and Rick Stein shows. It’s high time we park the clichés and open our eyes to the reality of this wondrous funny and feral land; a place steeped in myths, witches and planning application notices, as we ask the Radio 4 audience “Wosson Cornwall?”

Recorded in front of an audience at the Acorn Theatre in Penzance, Wosson Cornwall? is a sketch show celebrating everything that makes real contemporary Cornwall a culturally rich and funny place – its people, its history and its modern way of life.

The cast includes Dawn French (Vicar of Dibley / French and Saunders), Edward Rowe (star of Bafta-winning film BAIT and HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon), Tamsyn Kelly (ITV2’s Stand Up Sketch Show, BBC New Comedian of the Year Award finalist 2021), Joanna Neary (Channel 4 sitcom Man Down and Gary Oldman film The Darkest Hour), Anna Keirle (award-winning Cornish stand-up, actress and writer) and award-winning actor Ciaran Clarke.