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Surely there are laws about maintaining and checking old buildings used for the public? Don't you need certificates for everything these days?
Yes, and the Apollo had full, up to date, certification.
I was on the lower balcony at Shepherds Bush Empire the other week and people were stomping about to the music. I commented on the fact that the place was really old and I hoped the balcony held up. Looks like it wasn`t an idle thought after all.
every three years, they have to be formally assessed.
The roof didn't collapse - some of the ornate plasterwork came away. The roof had been inspected not that long ago, as all theatres must be.
obviously covered by insurance I would have thought

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