About Finn den Hertog
Finn den Hertog works as a director, writer and actor across stage, screen and radio. He trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland graduating in 2007.
Recent directing credits include the sonic theatre podcast series Earwig (Tron Theatre Company), Wednesday, part of NTS’s Scenes for Survival; The Afflicted (groupwork) and Square Go (Francesca Moody Productions) which played two sell out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018/19 and a New York run as part of 59E59 Theatre’s Brits Off Broadway.
Other directing work includes: The Bacchae and Anatomy of A Suicide (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) Escaped Alone (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh/Luminate Festival) Signs Preceding The End of The World (Lyceum/Edinburgh Book Festival) TBCTV: Elevenses (A collaboration with designer Chloe Lamford and playwright Tim Price at Somerset House Studios); Men In Blue, Ten New Messages (Young Vic); Light Boxes (Grid Iron); Squash (Oran Mor/Traverse).
He is a regular visiting director and lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and for the University of Edinburgh’s MSc Playwriting course.
Finn is co-director of groupwork, an award winning Glasgow based theatre company specialising in highly physical cross-discipline work.