Dom Chung is Head of Entertainment and Production at The Ned which means when it comes to putting together a foolproof party playlist that's guaranteed to get people on the dancefloor, there's no-one better to ask for a few tips. 'I've got over 15 years’ experience DJing around the world, alongside programming and curating some of the best parties around, ranging from small boutique events to large openings such as The Ned launch.' Here are his favourite Christmas party tracks - all you have to do is mix up some festive cocktails (Snowball, anyone?), put on your jazziest jumper and press 'play'.

Dom Chung's Festive Tracks

East 17, Stay Another Day: 'A true Christmas anthem, get the fur coats ready now.'

Bing Crosby, White Christmas: 'One to get on loud early doors as you’re handing out the Buck’s Fizz!'

Mariah Carey, All I Want For Christmas Is You: 'Mariah dressed as Santa singing the ultimate Christmas party tune, what’s not to like?'

The Drifters, White Christmas

Wham! Last Christmas: 'Everyone loves a bit of George, and even your Nan can sing along to this one.'

The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl, Fairytale of New York: 'Coming to an All Bar One near you this Christmas. It’s a classic for a reason.'

Dancefloor Fillers

Spice Girls, 2 Become 1: 'OBVIOUSLY! If only one of them was coming to The Ned this Christmas to sing this.'

Rolling Stones, Gimme Shelter: 'It’s evening time, you’re about three bottles in too much and shit head is about to start.'

Chris Rea, Driving Home For Christmas: 'Ok, it’s no Josephine but it’s definitely his best Christmas tune, best played loud in a car.'

The Home Alone soundtrack: 'Officially nothing more Christmassy than that.'

The Jungle Book, Bare Necessites: 'Every Christmas needs some Jungle Book.'

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