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The Official Japanese Ken Hill Phantom Site
The official website for the now-past production of Ken Hill's Phantom of the Opera. The website is in Japanese but if you use the Google website translator, you can read in English. Includes ticket information, cast, story, and an introduction.

Theatre Royal Stratford East
The official website for the famous Theatre Royal, Stratford East (London) where many of Ken Hill's most famous musicals and plays premiered. The website contains information on the history of the theatre and information on its involvement with new musical theatre writing and talent.

The Stetson Group (Stetson Productions)
The official website for the main producers of Ken Hill's Phantom of the Opera. This company has been responsible for many of the international tours since the early 90s. They are based in New Zealand.

Non-English sites. The following websites freely use and translate information from this English website, with given permission, in order to make the information accessible to those who do not read English. This is an extremely vital service, so many thanks to the webmasters of the sites listed below. - The first Russian fansite for Ken Hill's Phantom. - Another Russian fansite for Ken Hill's Phantom of the Opera. This website also has a "mirror", with the same or similar content at


You can find all links to various official (and unofficial if official is not available) links to Ken Hill Phantom alumni over at our Alumni pages. Click here to access it.


Samuel French Ltd. - London
Samuel French Ltd, London, have been publishing, selling and leasing plays for performance since 1830. Today they have over two thousand playscripts available, covering all elements of performing theatre: from comedies to tragedies, sketches to full-scale musicals. In addition, their bookshop stocks a comprehensive range of playscripts and technical books on all aspects of theatre.

The Internet Theatre Bookshop
The Internet Theatre Bookshop has the most comprehensive Catalogue of Plays in the World. They offer virtually every play currently published in the English language, arranged primarily for those of you searching for plays for performance. They also stock several thousand out-of-print plays and theatre-related books, any of which can be purchased safely via their Secure Server and usually despatched within 24 hours. | Playwrights
This website lists information on over 31,000 Plays produced or published in English since 1956. They also provide details on over 9,400 Playwrights with links to Agents, Theatres and Bookstores.


Encyclopedia Phanatica
An amusing and possibly even informative view of The Phantom of the Opera, with many articles on its history, artists, versions and the fan community. Since the Enclopedia is based on a "wiki", anyone can add or edit their own articles.
A website which holds an amazing database of articles all about Phantom of the Opera including a whole section on the various theatrical stage versions (yes, Ken Hills is there too!). A very interesting website and worth a look.

The Arts Directory
A useful database of websites relating to the arts, more specifically theatre and various new musical productions. Load the section you are interested in and surf away 'til your heart's content.

Theatre Radio for Musical Theatre. A brand new internet radio station (in association with Live365) for British Musical Theatre. Easy to install and play with a massive range of musical selections including tracks from Ken Hills Phantom of the Opera.
The official website for the new "Broadway's Fabulous Phantoms" CD, featuring ex-Ken Hill Phantom: Kevin Gray (1988 San Francisco TOTS production). Some of the proceeds from the sales of the CD go to the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids campaign.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera
The official website for the hit Broadway, West End and International musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. This version has a huge fan-base unlike any other version of Phantom. The website includes information on current casts and productions.