The fashion and music event was part of national campaign 'Fight Cervical Cancer in Style', which aims to educate girls and women about cervical cancer.
Set up by GlaxoSmithKline and being run in association with charity Jo's Trust, the campaign is supported by the Royal College of Nursing and Wellbeing of Women.
Last nigh's event saw 800 lucky guests, who managed to win tickets for the gig, watch the Prime Minister's wife Sarah Brown open the evening with a speech and then the acts perform that also included La Roux.
Hosted by television presenter Lauren Laverne the show was also filmed on the night for a T4 special and will be aired on T4 and 4Music in February.
Director of Jo's Trust Robert Music said: "We're delighted with the amount of celebrity support that has been forthcoming for this important campaign. This exciting event will enable us to deliver these serious messages in an engaging and memorable way. It was a very special evening."
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