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Sunday, 21 October, 2001, 12:16 GMT 13:16 UK
In pictures: Cardiff charity gala
Cardiff's ShowTime @ the Stadium charity concert, watched by 35,000 people, featured a host of stars singing songs from musicals.

Atomic Kitten performed Macavity from the show Cats
Atomic Kitten performed Macavity from the show Cats

Many of the songs came from hit West End musicals
Many of the songs came from hit West End musicals

The 72,000-capacity stadium was half empty
The 72,000-capacity stadium was half empty

Ruthie Henshall has been dubbed the queen of musicals
Ruthie Henshall has been dubbed the queen of musicals

Charlotte Church was one of the highlights
Charlotte Church was one of the highlights

Steps performed while H introduced the event
Steps performed while H also introduced the event

Organiser Midge Ure sang with Heather Nova
Organiser Midge Ure sang with Heather Nova

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The show was aired on BBC Radio Wales and Radio 2
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20 Oct 01 | Wales
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