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.

Hogmanay – The Sorries live at The Magnum

Great to be returning to The Magnum in Edinburgh this Hogmanay for a special New Year performance. We had a great time last year, playing into the early hours of the morning, and are really looking forward to playing again.

We’ll post more details over the next few weeks, but expect us to begin our first set as 2017 peters out and to play into the early hours of 2018.

Oh, and did we mention that entry is free?!

Another Edinburgh Festival done…next stop Fort William

Another fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable Edinburgh Festival Fringe has come to an end and we’d like to offer massive thanks to all of you who came out to see us – almost 1 and a half thousand of you over the run! It was lovely to play some new songs for you and to give an airing to some we haven’t done in a while, as well as sharing a host of old favourites too. We look forward to doing it all again next year!

There is a lot to be packed in before then of course, and the diary is already filling up with dates. First up is a trip to Fort William to play the Ben Nevis Hotel on Friday 1st September. This will be our first gig in Fort William in about 7 years so we’re really looking forward to it, and it looks like being something a bit special. The evening has been organised in conjunction with the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society and will not only include two sets from us but also a short ceilidh set from Angela Young, perfect for those of you who fancy stretching your legs in between our sets!

Tickets will be available on the door, or you can get in touch with us through the CONTACT page or through FACEBOOK to reserve a ticket.

The Edinburgh Fringe looms…

Just a week left until we begin our run of 22 shows at the 70th Edinburgh Festival Fringe so to get you in the mood we thought we’d share this video, shot on the penultimate day of our run last year.
Killiecrankie has always been a favourite in our live sets and you can be fairly sure it’ll get an airing again at this year’s Fringe…

7th-26th Aug (not Sundays),
Quaker Meeting House,

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

12th, 13th, 18th & 19th Aug
The Jazz Bar,

Tickets: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/sorries-at-the-bar

Next stop…Edinburgh Fringe #9

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As spring gives way to summer it’s great to look back on an event-filled few months which has seen us perform in all sorts of venues from the likes of the New Club in Edinburgh to the Thomas Paine Chapel in Sussex, from Canal View Primary School in Wester Hailes, to Scotland’s National Stadium – Hampden Park – in Glasgow. You can see a selection of snaps from the gigs above (thanks to Stephen, Wendy, Mel, Lee and Ross for the photos).

This summer is set to be just as busy as we prepare for our 9th consecutive year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
This year sees the Fringe celebrate its 70th anniversary, and for us it will involve more performances than ever before with 18 shows at the Quaker Meeting House (4.30pm, 7th – 26th Aug, except Sundays) and a further 4 evening shows at The Jazz Bar (8.30pm, 12th / 13th / 18th / 19th Aug). Full details are available on the CONCERTS page, tickets for all shows are on sale now.