Supporters of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are taking their show on the road in a bid to garner support and reach out to disenfranchised voters.
This news is finally being covered by the mainstream media but sadly it is the Telegraph, often referred to by Labour supporters these days as the Torygraph.
The Telegraph has spun any Corbyn news to within an inch of its life and always with the utmost contempt and negativity so what about the #JC4PM tour?
The Telegraph has titled its piece "Celebrities to tour Britain in 'Jeremy Corbyn For Prime Minister' musical show" which is not an ideal title but better than expected from them.
As always their opinion-piece includes the now almost mandatory Telegraph poll asking whether or not the dear reader for input - this time would they like to attend; as the Telegraph is right-wing on the political spectrum it is hardly surprising that at time of writing only 21%, 456 voters, want to attend.
According to the Telegraph "it is not clear whether the Labour leader is planning to make an appearance at any of the tour stops" but they could have reached out and asked Mr Corbyn if they were really interested.
The report simply offers a nod to the countrywide events and a nod with a smile on the journalist's face.
This writer would be interested in attending any local event but as yet her home city is not listed. She has sent a request in the hope that will be rectified.
The Tickets according to the Telegraph "are selling for up to £50 although 'unwaged' people can enjoy an evening of comedy, music and poetry for just £5."
But check out the organisers Facebook page and you will see "Stand Up for Labour presents #JC4PM Thursday 4th February 2016, 7:00 pm | 11:00 pm curfew - Tickets: £10 Balcony / £20 Stalls / £50 Premium."
Jeremy Corbyn and Labour party supporters such as singer Charlotte Church, sing-songwriter Billy Bragg, comedian Ava Vidal and comedian Holly Walsh will take part.
Tour dates and performers are still being confirmed.
Raising party funds is ongoing in all political parties.
Labour's shadow chancellor John McDonnell has been promoting the tour on social media such as in this tweet on January 11, 2016 - The #JC4PM music, comedy, poetry and politics tour of the country looks brilliant. Details here #JC4PM on Facebook.
Supporters of Mr Corbyn will need to join party activists out on the streets talking to local people but social media is another vital election tool.
If a UK tour which includes fun, music and politics can also reach out to voters why not?
The Corbyn story the media won’t cover-Crispin Flintoff – Labour Party campaigner