Love in the Wild
Love In The Wild is a play written by Lisa Walsh, performed by Anto Seery and directed by Peter Sheridan.
Ger Duffy is a dreamer. He mostly dreams about Grainne McManus. There is a hole in his heart from the day she disappeared out of his life. That was five years ago, when they were lovers and addicts together. One day, Grainne's Da turns up at Ger's hall door in Ballymun. Ger assumes that she's dead; that she has become another statistic to heroin. But the news is different and lights the flame of hope in Ger's heart. Love in The Wild is an emotional roller-coaster of a play that will make you laugh and will leave you, finally, in tears.
"Seery's performance transcends Ger's limited horizons... under Peter Sheridan's subtle direction... he slowly reveals layers of personality... we are fully invested in what's at stake"
The Sunday Times
“touching, thoughtful with a terrific performance from Seery”
The Arts Review
“excellent…go see it”
Rosita Boland - The Irish Times
“Lisa Walsh has put human faces, emotions and dreams into the stories that lie behind the headlines” – Joe Duffy, RTE.