RENOWNED rock band The Script will be taking to Warrington for an intimate show to celebrate their new album.

The three-piece group will be playing some of their most well-known songs from over the years at the Parr Hall on Saturday, October 23.

Dubliners Danny O’Donoghue (keys and vocals), Mark Sheehan (guitar) and Glen Power (drums) will be marking the release of their new album ‘Tales from The Script – Greatest Hits’.

It includes popular songs such as The Man Who Can’t Be Moved, Hall of Fame, Breakeven, Superheroes, For The First Time and more.

The band will also be playing at Kingston PRYZM as well as taking to Warrington.

On Twitter, a spokesperson for the band said: “Kingston. Warrington. We're going to be playing some intimate gigs to celebrate the release of Tales From The Script Greatest Hits. Tickets on sale this Friday at 9:30am.”

The doors open at 7.30pm (TBC) with the band on stage shortly afterwards.

Tickets are on sale tomorrow, Friday, at 9.30am and can be bought here.

One ticket and a digipack CD album is priced at £30 with a limit of four per person, or the ticket on its own is £25 with a limit of one per person.