Peter Pinne’s musical theatre career reached a peak in 1995 when his and his longtime collaborator, Don Battye’s musical Prisoner – Cell Block H The Musical opened a season at the Queen’s Theatre,
Prior to that he and Battye had written many musicals produced in
Peter Pinne’s other musical collaborations include; A Bit O’ Petticoat with Ray Kolle, Pyjamas In Paradise with John-Michael Howson, and Mavis Bramston – Reloaded and Suddenly Single with Paul Dellit.
He has also had a high profile career in television where he worked for the Grundy Organization on such iconic shows as Neighbours, Prisoner, Sons and Daughters, The Restless Years, The Young Doctors, and Secret Valley amongst others. He has also worked in the
From 1999 until the end of 2007 Mr Pinne was the owner and president of Bayview Recording Company,
Apart from scripting television drama, he also wrote, with Battye, the theme song for the series Sons and Daughters. Other music credits include the score for the award winning movie A City’s Child. He is the author
of the discography Australian Performers, Australian Performances, and currently writes for On Stage and Stage Whispers.