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The Script confirm Greatest Hits tour for 2022

The Script celebrate a journey that has included five UK #1 albums, six billion streams, and over two million ticket sales with the release of the career-spanning greatest hits album ‘Tales From The Script’ on October 1st.  

The celebrations will extend deep into 2022 with the confirmation of a huge UK and European Greatest Hits Tour, which starts with a run of intimate club shows in February before scaling up to arenas from May. Their first run of live dates in over two years, the tour includes a huge London show at The O2 and culminates with two homecoming performances at Dublin’s 3Arena. The Script will be joined by special guest Ella Henderson on their UK and Ireland arena dates. 

‘Tales From The Script’ compiles all of the biggest hits and fan favourites from their six albums so far. It highlights the classic cuts from the trio’s catalogue, taking in the likes of the #1 smash ‘Hall of Fame’ (featuring and the Top 10 hits ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’, ‘For The First Time’ and ‘Superheroes’. It also includes landmark moments and staples of their live show including ‘Breakeven’, their debut single ‘We Cry’ and ‘Rain’. 

The collection honours everything that the trio – Danny O’Donoghue, Glen Power and Mark Sheehan – have achieved together since forming fourteen years ago. It’s completed by the brand new song ‘I Want It All’, which Sheehan says, “delivers all the ingredients everyone knows and loves”, and the immensely popular ‘Acoustic Sessions’ version of ‘Never Seen Anything “Quite Like You”‘. 

“The ‘Tales From The Script’ album is a springboard to our next chapter, but it’s also our story so far,” says O’Donoghue. “We’re so excited to be taking it on the road. I know I’m gonna lose it on stage, night after night.” 

Power adds, “We’re taking all the best songs and playing them all together in one place. It will turn it into a celebration that we’ve survived and we’ve all got through to this moment together.” 

‘Tales From The Script’ will be released on CD, digital and cassette formats, and is available to pre-order HERE. 

Fans can access a ticket pre-sale for the UK and Ireland leg of The Script’s Greatest Hits Tour by ordering ‘Tales From The Script’ from the band’s official store before 3pm on Tuesday, August 31st. The pre-sale window then commences at 9:30am on Wednesday, September 1st and remains live, subject to availability, until the general sale opens at and from 9:30am on Friday, September 3rd. 

Tickets for the European dates will be available from 9:30am local time on Friday, September 3rd from local ticket outlets. 

‘Tales From The Script’ tracklist: 

1. ‘Breakeven’ 

2. ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’ 

3. ‘For The First Time’ 

4. ‘Nothing’ 

5. ‘Hall of Fame’ 

6. ‘If You Could See Me Now’ 

7. ‘Superheroes’ 

8. ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ 

9. ‘Rain’ 

10. ‘Arms Open’ 

11. ‘The Last Time’ 

12. ‘Run Through Walls’ 

13. ‘Before the Worst’ 

14. ‘We Cry’ 

15. ‘Science & Faith’ 

16. ‘No Good In Goodbye’ 

17. ‘Never Seen Anything “Quite Like You”‘ 

18. ‘I Want It All’ 

‘Tales From The Script’ tour dates: 


21st – France, Paris, Le Trianon 

22nd – Germany, Hannover, Capitol 

23rd – Germany, Hamburg, Fabrik 

25th – Denmark, Copenhagen, VEGA 

26th – Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene 

27th – Sweden, Stockholm, Berns 


1st – Germany, Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt 

2nd – Poland, Warsaw, Klub Stodola 

4th – Germany, Nuremberg, Z-Bau 

5th – Czech Republic, Prague, Forum Karlin 

7th – Germany, Stuttgart, LKA Longhorn 

8th – Germany, Munich, Tonhalle 

9th – Austria, Vienna, Gasometer 

11th – Italy, Padova, Gran Teatro Geox 

12th – Italy, Milan, Fabrique 

14th – Germany, Cologne, E-Werk 

15th – Germany, Wiesbaden, Schlachthof 

16th – Switzerland, Zurich, Samsung Hall 

18th – Spain, Madrid, La Riviera 


15th – UK, Belfast, SSE Arena 

19th – UK, Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena 

20th – UK, Leeds, First Direct Arena 

21st – UK, Manchester, AO Arena 

23rd – UK, Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena 

24th – UK, Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena 

26th – UK, Aberdeen, P&J Live 

27th – UK, Glasgow, The SSE Hydro 

28th – UK, Newcastle, Utilita Arena 

30th – UK, Brighton, Centre 

31st – UK, Bournemouth, International Centre 


2nd – UK, Sheffield, Arena 

3rd – UK, Birmingham, Utilita Arena 

4th – UK, London, The O2 

7th – Belgium, Brussels, Forest National 

10th – The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome 

14th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena 

15th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena                                             

*With special guest Ella Henderson 

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