A sneak peak at the Lib Dem Disco set list

Disco 2014It’s just a couple of hours until the event that’s rapidly becoming the only place to be on Saturday night at Conference: the Lib Dem Disco run by Cambridge Liberal Democrats.

I will brag for the rest of my life about how I beat Tim Farron two years ago. Who would have foreseen that. I was second only to the mighty Alistair Carmichael.

Anyway, tonight’s DJs are include a knight, Sir Simon Hughes, the Lib Dems’ only cabinet minister, Kirsty Williams,  a councillor known for her ability to hold off a massive challenge from Labour, Abi Bell and the defending champion Jo Swinson.

Strictly always puts up the dances and music in advance of the show. I asked the disco organisers very nicely if they’d let me have a sneak peak of tonight’s set list.. Ok, I admit it, I had to beg.

It’s coming up under the cut, so if you want it all to be a complete surprise, do not go there.

Here is how the night will unfold…

22:45: Sir Simon Hughes

1. We No Speak Americano (Yolanda Be Cool Vrs DCup)
2. Weapon of Choice (Fat Boy Slim)
3. Simply The Best (Tina Turner)

23:10: Kirsty Williams

1. Mr Brightside (The Killers)
2. Don’t leave me this way (Communards)
3. On the Floor (Jenifer Lopez)

23:35: Abi Bell

1. Uptown Funk (Mark Ronson)
2. Keep on movin’ (Five)
3. I Gotta Feeling (Black Eyed Peas)

23:55 Jo Swinson

1. From Paris to Berlin (Infernal)
2. Born This Way (Lady GaGa)
3. Starships (Nicki Minaj)
Let the dancing begin….

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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2 Comments

  • I think ‘disco’ is the only thing I understood there!

    How do you beat someone at a disco?

  • Good to see the Lib Dems having fun. No doubt UKIP entertainment would consist of a Jim Davidson DVD and a game of British bulldog!

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