The Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham re-opened its doors to customers last night - just 24 hours after a stage collapse injured more than a dozen people.
Theatre officials yesterday said 14 people were injured when the stage they were on collapsed during Tuesday night's Sing-a-long Sound of Music show.
Dozens of audience members dressed as nuns were on the stage as part of the show when the boards gave way, leaving three people with broken bones.
Peter Evans, divisional manager of the venue, yesterday said the boards, covering the orchestra pit, were clearly marked with 'Keep Off' signs prominently displayed.
Mr Evans, from the theatre's owners Clear Channel, said: 'We take any incident in our theatre extremely seriously and have not experienced any similar problems at the Alexandra Theatre like this in the past.
'We are fully co-operating with the council's environmental health and safety division and will not be in a position to comment further until they have completed their investigations.'
He offered 'sincere sympathy' to the 14 injured and said all tickets for the performance would be fully refunded and the entire audience offered a complementary performance of the show as early as possible in the New Year.
The Sound of Music tribute show will return to the Alexandra on November 17.
Richard Lodge, head of Birmingham City Council's health and safety department, said the investigation would continue for several weeks before any decision on whether or not to take legal action.