Ross Main has been performing on the stage from the age of 12 when he took part in The Gang Show at Dundee’s Whitehall Theatre. Since then, he has taken part in a multitude of shows from The Boyfriend and The Student Prince, to La Bohème and La Traviata.
After taking a few years out from stage work to concentrate more on the technical side of show productions, Ross returned to the Edinburgh stage to play Scynthius in Princess Ida, and Marchand in The Count of Luxembourg.
Ross last appeared on the Carnegie Hall stage with the Dunfermline G&S Society in 2015 in the role of Guiseppe Palmieri in The Gondoliers and last year played the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance with Kirkcaldy G&S Society at the Adam Smith Centre.
[from the 2019 programme]
Appearances with Dunfermline Gilbert & Sullivan Society
|2019||The Sorcerer||Dr Daly|
|2015||The Gondoliers||Guiseppe Palmieri|
|1997||The Pirates of Penzance||Chorus|