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More than 80 people are injured, four seriously, after part of a ceiling in London's Apollo Theatre collapsed during a show, police say.
The venue in Shaftesbury Avenue was packed for a performance of The Curious Incident Of The Dog in the Night-Time.
Eyewitnesses heard "a crackling" noise before the collapse at about 20:15 GMT. Theatre-goers left covered in debris.
London Ambulance said there were 81 walking wounded and that all those who were trapped earlier had been freed.
Some 25 ambulance crews and an air ambulance attended the scene, it said.
London Fire Brigade said four people were seriously injured but none have life-threatening injuries.
It said its "search is now complete" and the theatre has been sealed off.
Eight fire engines and more than 50 fire fighters attended the incident in London's busy West End theatre district, along with hundreds of police officers.
The Apollo's ornate plasterwork ceiling collapsed and brought part of the lighting rig down, it said.
In a media briefing the Brigade said its officers inspected the theatre's roof via an aerial ladder platform that had been raised above the building.
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After only three days on sale, Beyonce's new self-titled album is the No. 24 biggest-selling album of 2013 in the U.S.
With 617,000 sold through Dec. 15, according to Nielsen SoundScan, "Beyonce" is sandwiched between Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" (No. 23 with 633,000) and Kanye West's "Yeezus" (No. 25 with 607,000).
The year's top selling album remains Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience," with 2.4 million. It's the only album to move more than two million copies this year. It's unlikely "20/20" will lose the No. 1 throne between now and the end of the calendar year, as its so far ahead of the No. 2 title (Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," with 1.5 million).
A total of 10 albums have shifted at least a million copies in 2013.
There are two more sales weeks left this year: the weeks ending Dec. 22 and Dec. 29. The top selling albums of 2013 will be unveiled on Jan. 2.( "Let me come down to your level"Collapse )