Night Terrace Season One

by Splendid Chaps Productions



Anastasia Black just wants a quiet retirement, so she’s not exactly thrilled when her house spontaneously starts travelling in time and space. Or that she’s stuck with Eddie Jones, who happened to be on her doorstep at the time. Together they’ll face alien invasions, hideous monsters, and a shadowy figure known only as… “Sue”.

Always wondering whether the house will ever bring them home…

This is the first season of the award-winning science fiction audio comedy! Starring Jackie Woodburne (Neighbours' Susan Kennedy), Ben McKenzie and Petra Elliott, plus guest appearances from some of Australia's best comedy and acting talent, in eight half-hour episodes.

Season one also includes (as a bonus track) the special half-hour audio documentary "The Making of Night Terrace", produced by award-winning podcaster Josh Kinal. This extra content was made possible by our amazing Kickstarter backers for season one, who pushed us to both of our stretch goals.


released October 23, 2014

Starring Jackie Woodburne, Ben McKenzie and Petra Elliott, with Amanda Buckley and Dave Lamb.
Guest starring Jane Badler, Alan Brough, Virginia Gay, Francis Greenslade, Andrew McClelland, Aamer Rahman, Adam Richard, Chris Taylor, Toby Truslove, Cal Wilson, Cate Wolfe and many more.
Theme music, sound design and audio engineering by David Ashton of Sample and Hold Studios.
Created by Ben McKenzie, David Ashton, Petra Elliott, John Richards and Lee Zachariah.
Associate producers Samantha Streeter and Robin Bland.
Produced by Ben McKenzie and head writer John Richards.
(See individual episodes for full writing and cast credits.)



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Splendid Chaps Productions Melbourne, Australia

The Splendid Chaps are a Melbourne-based comedy production team comprising writer John Richards, comedian Ben McKenzie, actor/singer Petra Elliott, sound engineer David Ashton and writer Lee Zachariah.

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