The primary focus of night photography will always be to get light in, which for many people means a form of wide angle photography. This is not always going to be the best night photography lens since it may end up distorting your image and might not necessarily meet your goals. You are going to have to open up the aperture in general, which is going to shorten your depth of field so you will need to make sure your lens choice just allows you to get fine focus where you need it.
Your shortest lens is not necessarily the best night photography lens, but you do not want to go excessively high. You are likely going to have to bring up the ISO, which is going to add a fair amount of grain to your image while it also lightens it. This can become very apparent with a long telephoto lens, so as long as you push under 80 mm you will likely be fine for your image. At the same time you may have to bring down your shutter speed below 1/60, which will add motion blur for camera movement. This is also more obvious when you are utilizing a telephoto lens, so avoid this when you can.