WHAT is better than The Script playing once in Warrington?

Well, they will be doing so twice in one day due to the first show selling out.

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

To celebrate their new album ‘Tales from The Script – Greatest Hits’, as well as their original gig in the evening, doors for this matinee performance will open at 3.30pm with the band on stage around an hour later.

Dubliners Danny O’Donoghue (keys and vocals), Mark Sheehan (guitar) and Glen Power (drums) will be rolling back the years with the likes of The Man Who Can’t Be Moved, Hall of Fame, Breakeven, Superheroes, For The First Time and more.

One ticket for just the matinee show is priced at £25 and limited to one per person.

A digipack CD album and one ticket for the show is £30 and limited to four per person.

There is a limited capacity for this event so the album and ticket bundles are expected to sell out very quickly.

Tickets are on sale now and can be bought here