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Owner of the playhouse had previously admitted that London’s theatre buildings had 'suffered years of benign neglect'

Emergency services said nearly 90 people had been injured in a packed London theatre when part of the ceiling collapsed during a performance, bringing the city's West End theatre district to a standstill

Apollo Theatre collapse: We thought cracks and bangs were part of the show – but the cast stopped and looked upwards in horror

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Apollo Theatre collapse: Scores injured after ceiling collapses in London's West End

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