Unscripted performance by The Script completes hat-trick of intimate performances in Warrington


IRISH rockers The Script completed a hat-trick of intimate performances in Warrington with an after-show party at The Grand following on from two sell-out shows at the town’s Parr Hall on Saturday.

The award-winning band thrilled fans with an impromptu setlist at their after-show party .
Voice of FIFA 22 and former voice of the Halliwell Jones stadium Dominic Walker said: “Danny and the boys were having their after-show party at the Grand when Danny decided he wanted to play a set.
“He got up and explained he’d already done two shows at the Parr Hall that day and went on to sing Script hits like The Man Who Can’t Be Moved, Breakeven and Bruce Springsteen’s Dancing in the Dark.
“The crowd absolutely loved it!”
Danny played along with fellow Script band member Curtis Stansfield.
The multi-award-winning and chart-topping Irish band had earlier performed two sell-out shows at the Parr Hall, with a matinee and evening performance before heading over to Warrington’s newest cocktail bar The Grand on Bridge Street.
The Hall of Fame and The Man Who Can’t Be Moved singers, managed by Warrington’s very own Simon Moran’s company SJM, were warming up for their 2022 arena tour and are also celebrating the release of their greatest hits record, Tales From The Script.

Last few tickets to see chart-topping The Script before they perform on some of the UK’s biggest stages


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