Patrick Neil Doyle
Patrick Neil is a film and television composer, who created the score for ‘Nae Pasaran’; the Creative Scotland documentary winner for Best Feature Film at the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2018.
Other feature film credits include the 2020 Lionsgate distributed ‘A Christmas Gift from Bob’, ‘The Legend of Longwood’ and ‘Kepler’s Dream’. For television, Patrick Neil composed the music for the BBC One series ‘The Moonstone’, and the 2021 Czech TV crime drama ‘Head of Medusa’.
Short film credits include ‘Angels of Our Past’, nominated for Best UK Short at the East End Film Festival, ‘A Pornographer Woos’, appearing at the London Short Film Festival, Leeds International Film Festival and Belfast Film Festival, and ‘Little Monsters’, appearing at the London International Short Film Festival, British Horror Film Festival and Lichtspielklub Short Film Festival.
Patrick Neil was the musical director for Kenneth Branagh’s 2015-16 season of plays at the Garrick Theatre, and previous composition for theatre includes William Boyd ‘Longing’ at the Hampstead Theatre, ‘United Queendom’ performed inside Kensington Palace with acclaimed immersive theatre company Les Enfants Terribles, the New York Theater Festival production of ‘Dial A for Agatha’, the children’s musical ‘Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens’ at the New Wimbledon Theatre, and multiple productions with the Prague Shakespeare Company.
Patrick Neil composed the music for the audiobook ‘Harry Potter: A History of Magic’, produced by Pottermore.