Herman Grech is one of Malta's most established journalists and editors. He is the editor-in-chief of Times of Malta and a prominent campaigner for human rights and anti-hate speech. Herman has been involved in Malta's theatre scene for almost 30 years. Among other productions, he directed Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, Kenneth Ross's The Lockerbie Bomber and Anders Lustgarten's Lampedusa. In 2018 he wrote his first play, De-terminated, which tackled Malta's strict anti-abortion laws. The play, which he also directed, went on to be nominated among the best productions of the year in the national arts awards. In 2021, he is staging the second play he authored – They Blew Her Up – which deals with the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Herman also served as artistic director for MADC, Malta's most established drama company.

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