Camden Roundhouse Set Collapse Victims Call On Lawyers In Search For Answers

Legal Experts Also Act For Victims Of Apollo Theatre Incident


Specialist lawyers representing victims injured in the Apollo Theatre ceiling collapse in December have now been instructed to act for people hurt when part of the set collapsed during a performance at the Camden Roundhouse last month.

Members of the public and a performer were injured in the incident on January 17th, which happened during Fuerzabruta at the famous venue and led to the evacuation of the building and the cancellation of the acrobatic show.

Now, national law firm Irwin Mitchell has been contacted for help by victims injured in the collapse who are demanding answers regarding the incident, as well as reassurances that steps are being taken to prevent such problems from occurring again.

The team also act for and are continuing to receive enquiries from victims injured in the Apollo Theatre incident in the West End before Christmas, when 80 theatregoers were injured after the ceiling collapsed during a performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.