After a hard year of campaigning, it's time to get together and cheer ourselves up with a celebration of the good that has happened in 2016. Jeremy Corbyn has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to join the Labour Party and has shown his mettle as a Labour leader.
The #JC4PM tour is putting on a special event at the Conway Hall with some of our favourite acts - and some new ones - for a Christmas bash.
Confirmed acts on the night include:
Robb Johnson and the Corbynistas, singing their Christmas song 'JC4PM for me'. Robb also wrote Tony Benn's favourite song, 'Winter turns to spring'.
Phat Bollard, the busking band that went viral with the political protest song 'Millionaires'. They are coming up from Cornwall specially for the event.
Ava Vidal, comedian ('Mock the Week'), regular TV panellist ('Daybreak', 'The Wright Stuff', 'This Week'), journalist ('Independent', 'Guardian')
Attila the Stockbroker, punk poet who has been a mainstay of the #JC4PM tour. Attila has had a Top 40 hit as well as appearing on 'The Peel Sessions'.
Norman Lovett, Stand up for Labour Act of the Year. Norman once opened for 'The Clash' and went on to become 'Holly' in 'Red Dwarf'.
Fae Simon, singer/songwriter of criticaly acclaimed albums 'Mellowdrama' and 'Outrospective'
Sam Harrison, singer/songwriter of 'I feel like Jeremy Corbyn'
Dave Ward, General Secretary of the CWU.
John McDonnell MP, shadow chancellor of the exchequer.
More acts and speakers are to be confirmed.