If you thought you heard a rousing cheer coming from Camden Borough recently, you were probably right, as Transport for London has just announced the start of the Night Tube on the Northern Line.
The start date will be Friday 18th November - just in time for the festive season when office parties, venues and attractions will be rolling into the wee small hours.
The extra trains on the Northern Line will run on Friday and Saturday nights from 00:30 until 05:00am, transporting a number of different passengers, from shift workers travelling to and from their workplace to music fans catching concerts across the capital.
Interestingly, London Underground has analysed Night Tube usage to date, based on travellers using the Central and Victoria lines - the first two lines to benefit from the round-the-clock service. The operator noticed two peaks - social revellers at 01:30 and workers at 04:00.
Simon Pitkeathley, Chief Executive of Camden Town Unlimited, contributed probably the best quote of the entire article: "Camden Town has some of London's most iconic music venues, traditional pubs, and fantastic restaurants.
"It stands out as a shining star in London's night-time economy. We're absolutely delighted that the Night Tube on the Northern Line will reflect this."
Why not see what all the fuss is about and enjoy yourself in Camden Borough past midnight - no need to be a Cinderella after the 18th November!
Northern Line services will run from High Barnet and Edgware, via the Charing Cross branch, to Morden. The Night Tube services run from 00:30 and 05:00 BST.