The Script have today released their career-spanning greatest hits album ‘Tales From The Script’, as they celebrate a journey that has included five UK #1 albums, six billion streams, and over two million ticket sales. They previewed the album with the single ‘I Want It All’, which was launched with a session for Zoe Ball on Radio 2, while widespread playlist support resulted in it quickly exceeding 4 million streams. The band also made an emotionally charged return to live shows with a set at the Isle of Wight Festival.

‘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.

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

The Script’s 2022 Greatest Hits tour includes a huge London show at The O2, culminates with two homecoming performances at Dublin’s 3Arena, and has recently been extended with additional nights in Belfast and Amsterdam.  They will be joined by special guest Ella Henderson at all UK and Ireland dates. Remaining tickets are available from and

The Script will also play two intimate album launch shows later this month. They will play Pryzm in Kingston on October 22nd before heading to Warrington’s Parr Hall on October 23rd, a show that sold-out almost immediately. Any remaining tickets for Kingston are available here.

14th – UK, Belfast, SSE Arena (ADDED DATE)
15th – UK, Belfast, SSE Arena (SOLD OUT)
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, Utilita Arena 
3rd – UK, Birmingham, Utilita Arena
4th – UK, London, The O2
7th – Belgium, Brussels, Forest National
10th – The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
11th – The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome (ADDED DATE)
14th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena
15th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena

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