Review: Some of the best moments from The Script’s Freedom Child World Tour shows at the O2 Arena London

Over the weekend The Script wrapped up the UK and Irish leg of their Freedom Child world tour, with two epic shows at the o2 arena in London. Tonight they start their European leg in France. We were lucky enough to be able to see the show this weekend at the O2.. So we’ve picked some of our favourite moments. ( To read a full review from when our writer Rachel saw the tour in Belfast click here.)


Wonder is one of our favourite songs from the Freedom Child album and we were so excited to see it had been added to the setlist. It is fantastic live, we hope it’s one the band keep on the set list for years to come.


The Man Who Can’t Be Moved

This song is iconic. It never fails to give The Script family chills when the band perform it, it’s always such an intimate moment between the band and their fans. It’s one of those moments that you can’t describe that just take your breath away no matter what venue, but it was truly magical at the O2.


Busking Section

The Script always love a bit of crowd interaction. The Freedom Child Tour is no different. The band headed up into the seated area and gave some of the fans very intimate performances of ‘If You Ever Come Back and’ Never Seen Anything Quite Like You.’



Arms Open

This is The Script’s latest single, they used the video to support the Charity ‘A Sense of Home’. It’s crowd favourite that had everyone singing along.

You can also check out some our photos from the gig below!

You can find ticket info for the rest of The Script’s Freedom Child World Tour on their website.

Did you go to one the UK dates or are you going to one of other dates on The Freedom Child World Tour? Let us know your favourite bits over on @CelebMix.

Written by Kelly McFarland

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