Summer, 1989. Mockery Manor's new staff have moved into the on-site lake house, ready for the re-opening of Britain's most eccentric theme park. It's a teen dream of a job (as long as you've never seen Friday the 13th), and eighteen year old twins JJ and Bette are determined to leave a difficult year behind them and have a summer straight from the movies... if they don't kill each other first.
But something's happening at the park. People keep going missing, and JJ has a horrible feeling the screams she heard in the scare maze were more than just a frightened guest. And why is feline park mascot Mr Crackles stained with blood?
Three years have passed since the grisly events of Season One, and Mockery Manor’s new
assistant manager Parker receives an unexpected phone call from Tokyo. JJ has fallen in with a
bad crowd and needs help. What better place for her to lay low than Mockery Manor’s sister park,
Dunkelschloss - a magical land of fairy tales in the heart of the Black Forest. But as JJ knows, the
past never stays buried, and it’s only a matter of time before she has to face her demons.
"Podcasts can be remarkably immersive. Mockery Manor doing a marvellous job.
Made by fellow Norfolkkers too."
- Stephen Fry
Season One Cast
Hayley Evenett JJ | Bette | additional voices
Laurence Owen Parker | Matty | Jenkins |
Lindsay Sharman Margot | Auntie Janet |
Sonia | Emma | additional
Peter Sowerbutts Manager Norton
Abbie Eastwood Mrs Parker
Sooz Kempner Kelly | Dorothy
Jonathan Kitching Graham
John Henry Falle Detective | Alfred Mockery
Georgie Gilbert Mrs Wainscoat | Nurse
James Ducker Walter
Mark Restuccia PC Steve | PC Dave
Saffron Robertson Lady Mockery | Young Margot
Season Two Cast
Hayley Evenett JJ | Bette
Laurence Owen Parker | Jenkins | additional
Lindsay Sharman Margot | Hilda | additional
Alasdair Beckett-King Tomasz | Chet | additional
Abbie Eastwood Gretchen | additional
Kenzo Kanayama Genkai
Dylan Morrison, Evie Morrison, Hayley Morrison, Heather Owen, Glenda Sharman
Written & Directed by
Music, Sound Design & Editing by
The Music Of Mockery Manor - Season One album is available in three editions:
- Digital album (all songs from the series, plus bonus tracks)
SPECIAL EDITION (£10)
- Digital album
- Chart Toppers magazine! An 80s pop magazine from within the Mockery universe, featuring interviews with all our fictitious pop stars, in-world adverts, song lyrics, and more.
COLLECTOR'S EDITION (£20)
- Digital album
- Chart Toppers magazine
- A limited edition A3 art print of the Mockery Manor map, hand drawn by Laurence Owen.
All sales go towards our next podcast!
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