Roof Collapses On Audience Members Inside London's Apollo Theater
Over 700 people were inside the theater, which opened its doors in 1901. Audience member Martin Bostock told the paper what he saw.
"I was in the lower stalls with my family in the early stages of the show," Bostock said. "It was just terrifying and awful. I think the front part of the balcony fell down. At first we thought it was part of the show. Then I got hit on the head.
"It was complete chaos in the theatre. Absolutely terrifying and awful. We got out with cuts and bruises. I think most people did."
As of press time, more than 80 people have been injured. A Metropolitan police spokesperson said there have been "multiple casualties."