36 episodes

Summer, 1989, somewhere in deepest darkest England. Mockery Manor is a theme park where people disappear, and it's up to a pair of chaotic teenage twins to catch a killer.
British Podcast Awards 'Best Fiction' Nominee 2020. If you like Stranger Things, Friday the 13th and Black Mirror, then Mockery Manor is for you.
Mockery Manor is a full-cast production best enjoyed using headphones.

Mockery Manor Long Cat Media

    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 210 Ratings

Summer, 1989, somewhere in deepest darkest England. Mockery Manor is a theme park where people disappear, and it's up to a pair of chaotic teenage twins to catch a killer.
British Podcast Awards 'Best Fiction' Nominee 2020. If you like Stranger Things, Friday the 13th and Black Mirror, then Mockery Manor is for you.
Mockery Manor is a full-cast production best enjoyed using headphones.

    Season 3 Teaser - Claytonville

    Season 3 Teaser - Claytonville

    Mockery Manor - Season 3.
    Coming soon.
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    • 1 min
    Kiss My Zeitgeist #1 - Laurence talks about the Music of Mockery Manor

    Kiss My Zeitgeist #1 - Laurence talks about the Music of Mockery Manor

    Buy The Music of Mockery Manor - Season Two here!
    Welcome to Kiss My Zeitgeist - it's Long Cat Media's new culture programme that might never happen again.
    Lindsay sits down to ask Laurence about the music of Mockery Manor Season Two, what it's like to write music on laudanum, and why he's had a Tom Jones song stuck in his head for weeks.
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    • 26 min
    Introducing: Ghosthoney's Dream Machine

    Introducing: Ghosthoney's Dream Machine

    It's our pleasure to introduce Ghosthoney's Dream Machine, an immersive and gently chaotic comedic docu-style mystery podcast.
    Ghosthoney’s Dream Machine Recap - How We Got Here. A lot has happened in 20 episodes of this little podcast, so in this episode, your host Ghosthoney recaps the past few months in anticipation of the Season 2 premiere on June 30. 
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    • 19 min
    S2 E15 - The Haunted Masquerade (Part 2)

    S2 E15 - The Haunted Masquerade (Part 2)

    Previously: War! After negotiations with Hilda prove fruitless, Jenkins launches a full-scale offensive on the Committee. He tells them that the exits to Koschei the Deathless are all sealed, and his men have the ride surrounded. But Jenkins has a problem. Margot is here. Jenkins goes into the fray to retrieve Margot and escape before the final phase of his plan - explosives.
    As he leaves the control room, Jenkins gives Parker a message to read on the tannoy if he does not return with Margot. It will help her escape, but it's something only she would understand.
    Meanwhile - JJ, Bette, Gretchen, Thomaz and Davina are all still trapped in the building. Watching on the monitors, Parker is horrified to see the twins looking at one of Jenkins' bombs. Speaking into the tannoy, he cries out to them. But before he can be understood... ka-boom.
    In this episode: More ka-boom...
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    Mockery Manor is written and directed by Lindsay Sharman. Music, sound design and editing by Laurence Owen.
    Hayley Evenett was JJ and Bette, Lindsay Sharman was Hilda, Margot and Davina, Laurence Owen was Parker, Jenkins, Giuseppe, Antoine and additional voices, John Henry Falle was Spanish Dave, Abbie Eastwood was Gretchen, Alasdair Beckett King was Thomaz.
    Mockery Manor is part of the Fable and Folly network. Visit their website for more info.
    For transcripts and more information about Mockery Manor, and our two other podcasts Madame Magenta and The Ballad of Anne & Mary, visit www.longcatmedia.com
    Or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @MockeryManor and also @LongCatMedia
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    • 29 min
    S2 E14 - The Haunted Masquerade (Part 1)

    S2 E14 - The Haunted Masquerade (Part 1)

    Previously: as the Committee arrives at Koschei the Deathless for Hilda's meeting, JJ and Bette sneak in via a side entrance to try and rescue Gretchen. They stumble into the ride, and find themselves in a creepy but familiar kitchen, occupied by an animatronic witch. To her horror, JJ realises that the witch is modelled on Dorothy - Margot's mother, and the twins' grandmother. JJ recalls the Dreamland dollhouse, shown to her by Dorothy moments before she was murdered by Matty. This kitchen is identical to that of the dollhouse. It's Mockery Manor. The twins hop on a passing Egg Buggy, and discover that each room is a distorted, nightmarish reflection of the rooms of Mockery Manor. As they near the grand ballroom, the twins hop out of the Buggy to stay unnoticed. They are shocked to see Margot and Davina among the Committee members. Why are they there? And who's looking after baby Freddie? Meanwhile, Hilda is losing communication with her security unit as they are each taken out by Jenkins' men. "We're under attack" she radios to the others. "Retreat to Koschei and seal it. No-one gets in, no-one gets out. And if you see anyone you don't recognise... execute on sight."
    In this episode: Party time.
    Want to check out Laurence & Lindsay's other podcast, The Ballad of Anne & Mary? Click this link!
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    Mockery Manor is written and directed by Lindsay Sharman. Music, sound design and editing by Laurence Owen.
    Hayley Evenett was JJ and Bette, Lindsay Sharman was Hilda, Margot and Davina, Laurence Owen was Parker, Jenkins, Giuseppe, Antoine and additional voices, John Henry Falle was Spanish Dave, Abbie Eastwood was Gretchen, Alasdair Beckett King was Thomaz.
    Mockery Manor is part of the Fable and Folly network. Visit their website for more info.
    For transcripts and more information about Mockery Manor, and our two other podcasts Madame Magenta and The Ballad of Anne & Mary, visit www.longcatmedia.com
    Or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @MockeryManor and also @LongCatMedia
    This podcast is supported by our wonderful Ko-fi patrons. If you'd like to support the show and help us keep going, visit our website, or go to www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia
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    • 31 min
    S2 E13 - The Whirr Of The Egg Buggy

    S2 E13 - The Whirr Of The Egg Buggy

    Previously: Bodankho's shooter is revealed to be Hilda, accompanied by Thomaz (her reluctant henchman). Hilda is convinced that Gretchen and Bohdanko are working for Jenkins, so Thomaz is tasked with taking Gretchen as hostage to the Committee meeting at The Palace of Koschei The Deathless. But JJ, hiding behind a sofa, evades capture.
    Meanwhile, Parker frantically searches the park for a phone, and runs into Jenkins and his silent muscle, "Max". It emerges that Jenkins has a crack team of trained operatives scattered throughout the park. As they approach Koschei the Deathless, Parker notices that the ride building is a replica of the Mockery Manor house. Jenkins reveals that he and Hilda were stationed at the Schloss during the war, and that the pair went on to design the theme park together. But Hilda has betrayed him. And not only that, Jenkins says... Hilda was responsible for the murder of Parker's father.
    Armed with Eric's gun, Bette bursts into the Schloss' secret rooms to find JJ standing over Bohdanko's body. Together, they briefly consider fleeing, before finally resolving to go and rescue Gretchen. Over at Koschei, the Committee members are welcomed by Hilda. They will ride the "egg buggies" through the attraction and disembark at the Masquerade Ball for a buffet reception. But among the Committee members are two surprising guests - Margot and Davina.
    In this episode: JJ and Bette take a ride on Koschei the Deathless...
    Want to check out Laurence & Lindsay's other podcast, The Ballad of Anne & Mary? Click this link!
    Want to browse the Long Cat Media shop? Head on down here!
    Mockery Manor is written and directed by Lindsay Sharman. Music, sound design and editing by Laurence Owen.
    Hayley Evenett was JJ and Bette, Lindsay Sharman was Hilda, Margot and Davina, John Henry Falle was the Pluto, Spanish Dave, The Head Waiter and Vincent Price, Abbie Eastwood was Gretchen, Alasdair Beckett King was Thomaz and Donald, Laurence Owen was Giuseppe and additional voices, and Sooz Kempner was Animatronic Dorothy
    Mockery Manor is part of the Fable and Folly network. Visit their website for more info.
    For transcripts and more information about Mockery Manor, and our two other podcasts Madame Magenta and The Ballad of Anne & Mary, visit www.longcatmedia.com
    Or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @MockeryManor and also @LongCatMedia
    This podcast is supported by our wonderful Ko-fi patrons. If you'd like to support the show and help us keep going, visit our website, or go to www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
210 Ratings

210 Ratings

bearspea ,

Obsessed!

I’m so glad I found this podcast! I binged Season 1 and am about to start Season 2. It’s hilarious and has an interesting, spooky story. I don’t know why it’s not more popular - it’s very well done and has a great story. Give it a listen!

Vegas Dasher ,

1st season excellent, 2nd season amazing But…

The first season of Mockery Manor was absolutely enthralling. Great voice acting probably the best voice acting I have ever heard in my life. Sound design an immersive nurse completely and utterly awesome. From the beginning to the end season one was exciting interesting and hilarious. I was so excited to listen to the second season which did not disappoint. Everything remained top-notch and stellar until I got to the final episode of the season. The ending to season two Felt lazy and as if the show runners were merely looking to be done with the season. To be quite honest the ending was quite pedestrian while everything else was so first-rate. I am interested to see how season three goes and if the plot and storyline or a little bit better.

Mykenzie Finch ,

Wow!

This podcast is AMAZING. I binged the first season at work this past Friday and have been forcing myself to wait until I’m back at work again so I can binge season 2 but it’s been VERY hard not to listen through my 2 day weekend. Keep up the good work.

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