Apollo Theatre to reopen doors after roof collapse

The Apollo Theatre is ready to reopen after the ceiling collapse

The Apollo Theatre in the West End of London is ready to reopen, three months after its roof collapsed during a performance, injuring 76 people.

The ceiling collapse has been put down to the deterioration of weak and old materials, some more than 100 years old.

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