Peter Brewis is a composer and instrumentalist who has been active in several spheres of music from ballet and modern dance to music theatre and rock music. Although he was classically trained, studying under the famous French music educator Nadia Boulanger, he is best known for his song-writing for comedy shows such as Spitting Image for which he composed I've Never Met a Nice South African.
|Once More for Bobby||2014||Documentary|
|The Smith and Jones Sketchbook||2006||TV Series|
|Love Is Strange||2004||Short|
|Intolerance II: The Invasion||2001||Short|
|The Strangerers||2000||TV Series|
|The Sexlife of a Chair||1998||Short|
|The Ten Commandments Number 10: Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbour's Wife||1996||Short|
|The Ten Commandments Number 2: Thou Shalt Not Commit Blasphemy||1995||Short|
|The Ten Commandments Number 3: Remember to Keep Holy the Sabbath Day||1995||Short|
|The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer||1993-1995||TV Series 12 episodes|
|The Ten Commandments Number 1: Thou Shalt Not Adore False Gods||1994||Short|
|The Ten Commandments Number 6: Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery||1994||Short|
|Tales from the Poop Deck||1992||TV Series 6 episodes|
|The Best of 'The Lenny Henry Show'||1990||Video|
|The Tall Guy||1989|
|Hale and Pace||1988||TV Series|
|Hardwicke House||1987||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Filthy Rich & Catflap||1987||TV Series 6 episodes|
|Morons from Outer Space||1985|
|Pushing Up Daisies||1984||TV Series|
|The Young Ones||1982-1984||TV Series 12 episodes|
|Spitting Image||1984||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Smith & Jones||1984||TV Series|
|Not the Nine O'Clock News||1980-1982||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Smith and Goody||1980||TV Series|
|Men of the World||1994||TV Series arranger - 6 episodes|
|Hale and Pace||1990||TV Series composer - 1 episode|
|Smith & Jones||1984||TV Series musical director - 1 episode|
|The Two Ronnies||1982||TV Series musical director - 1 episode|
|About a Boy||2002||lyrics: "Santa's Super Sleigh" / music: "Santa's Super Sleigh"|
|Morons from Outer Space||1985||arranger: "THE ENTERTAINER" - uncredited / producer: "MORONS FROM OUTER SPACE" / writer: "MORONS FROM OUTER SPACE"|
|The Tall Guy||1989||Freddy|
|The Wicker Man||1973||Musician|
|Smith & Jones: One Night Stand||1994||Video additional material|
|Mel Smith: I've Sort of Done Things||2013||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Friend / Composer|
|Comedy Songs: The Pop Years||2008||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The Young Ones||1984||TV Series||Himself|
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|1||[on the spoof musical in The Tall Guy (1989)] Mel [Mel Smith] really wanted to do that because he didn't like Andrew Lloyd Webber's stuff any more than I did, but he did love Sondheim, as do I, so it's a kind of hybrid actually. It's a send-up of both of them but it's most venomous I think about Andrew Lloyd Webber. There's one song that's terribly like him.|
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