Bid to save historic Swansea theatre

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Built in 1888, Swansea's Palace Theatre was once the place to be seen, with up to 900 theatre-goers a night.

Now weeds grow from the roof and the brickwork is crumbling.

For the past five years, one of Britain's best-known actors, Edward Fox, has been part of a campaign to restore the crumbling venue to its former glory.

Nicola Smith reports.

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