Spring Tour

Happy New Year all, and many thanks to those of you who made it along to The Magnum to see in 2019 with us. We hope you had a good night and weren’t left too drained for the first day of the new year…

19029344_269474020126625_9077454049578254647_nWe have a really busy few months coming up. Recording on the new album is about to get underway and we also have a raft of gigs scheduled, taking in Fife, Aberdeenshire, the Borders and London.
Full details are on the CONCERTS page but you can see an outline of the dates below:

Friday 18th January 2019 – Dalgety Bay Folk Club, Aberdour, Fife.

Monday 21st January 2019 – Edinburgh (school performance)

Wednesday 23rd January 2019
 – University of Edinburgh (private show)

Saturday 2nd March 2019
 – Turriff, Aberdeenshire.

Sunday 3rd March 2019 – Insch, Aberdeenshire.

Saturday 9th March 2019 – Edinburgh (private show)

Friday 26th April 2019 – Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline. (Tix on sale now: www.onfife.com/whats-on/detail/sorries )

Saturday 10th May 2019 – Town Yetholm (nr. Kelso), Scottish Borders.

Friday 24th May 2019Balham, London.

Saturday 3rd – Saturday 24th August 2019Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Hogmanay at The Magnum, Edinburgh

A reminder that we’re returning to play at The Magnum in Edinburgh this New Year’s Eve.

As in the last couple of years, this gig will be FREE ENTRY and we’ll play you right through from the old year into the new. Our first set will begin about 11.15pm on Hogmanay and we’ll finish off our last set at about 1.30am.

The Magnum is on the corner of Albany Street and Dublin Street, right in the heart of the New Town but outwith the controlled area, so although it’s but a short hop from Princess Street you can come and go without the need for wristbands.

Stirling Folk Club and Drumpellier GC

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe may be finished for another year but there is plenty happening over the next while.

We’re returning to Stirling Folk Club on Monday 24th September, and really looking forward to going back to play at Bridgehaugh.

We then have a day in the West on Saturday 6th October, with a talk and performance in the afternoon at the ASLS Schools’ Conference at the University of Glasgow followed by a gig in the evening at Drumpellier Golf Club.

Looking further ahead we’ll be back at The Magnum in Edinburgh on 31st December for a special Hogmanay gig.

For full details of all upcoming shows remember to check out the CONCERTS page.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – final week & 4**** review

We’re now into the final week of the Fringe but there’s still some way to go for us, with another 6 shows to play before the curtain comes down on our 2018 Fringe run this Saturday.

The show on Saturday is now SOLD OUT but there are some tickets left for the other afternoon shows AND there are still a few remaining for the special Friday evening gig at The Magnum. Follow the links below for tickets.

4.30pm showsTues, Wed, Thu, Fri:


10pm extended show (The Magnum) – Fri:


You can check out the 4-star review we received from ThreeWeeks by clicking below:


Edinburgh Fringe Programmes

We’re now underway in the Fringe and great to start the run at Venue 40 (Quaker Meeting House) with two sell-outs. What’s more, our programmes have arrived and are now on sale!

Tickets are still available for most shows from the Venue 40 box office (0131 226 4392), the Fringe box office or from:


Tickets for the Magnum gig on the 24th are available from:


Edinburgh Fringe – all tickets now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for ALL our shows during this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe:

  • Monday 6th – Saturday 25th Aug (not Sundays)
    at Venue 40 (Quaker Meeting House).

    Visit: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/sorries

    or contact the Fringe Box Office (open now) or the Venue 40 box office (from 6th August).

  • Friday 3rd & Friday 24th Aug  (NB. Extended shows – partially seated, over-18s only)
    10pm – 11.45pm at The Magnum, 1 Albany Street, EH1 3PY

    Visit: https://thesorriesmagnum.bpt.me/

The Sorries at 10 – Edinburgh Fringe extra shows

We’re delighted to announce that we will be playing two evening shows during this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Tickets for these special extended shows – marking 10 years at the Fringe – are STRICTLY LIMITED to 40 per show and will be ONLY be on sale through Brown Paper Tickets.

Tickets go sale at 7pm this Thursday (12th July).


  • 10pm – FRIDAY 3rd AUGUST
    THE MAGNUM, 1 Albany Street, EH1 3PY
  • 10pm – FRIDAY 24th AUGUST
    THE MAGNUM, 1 Albany Street, EH1 3PY

The shows will be partially seated, and seating is unreserved. Over 18s only.

Buy tickets from 7pm, Thurs 12th July at:

Tickets for our afternoon shows (6th – 25th Aug) at Venue 40 (Quaker Meeting House) are available from the Edinburgh Fringe website, box office or app.


Montrose on Friday 9th March

This Friday sees us kick off a weekend double-header of gigs with a performance at The Occasions Suite in Montrose, where you can enjoy a supper as well as two sets of music. Then we’ll be hot footing it to Glasgow on Saturday for a special performance at a wedding. Details of the Montrose gig are available on the CONCERTS page.

Looking ahead to May, we’d like to mention a special event we’ll be playing in Edinburgh on the 12th, Carry On for Kelly. The show will feature music & comedy, and is part of a campaign to raise funds for St. Columba’s Hospice and remember a dear friend, Kelly Murphy, for whom the hospice did so much.

You can find out more on the Facebook page:

2018 Begins…

After a relatively quiet lead up to the end to 2017, we saw the year out with a bang at The Magnum in Edinburgh. It was great to be back there, welcoming in 2018 with such a warm, enthusiastic crowd. Thanks to all who made it along, and to Chris and all the staff who are so accommodating to us.

The new year is off to a busy start, with our return to the Dalgety Bay Folk Club last Friday set to be followed by performances at Edinburgh Uni, Dalry Primary School, Mar Lodge and the Cromlix Hotel over the next two or three weeks. We are also planning a new album and hope to begin recording around March.

Meanwhile, here’s a little slice of last year’s Fringe show and a song which will feature on the next album – Lord Randal.