The starting point to Nick Enright’s DAYLIGHT SAVING is unremarkable. The play takes place in March 1989 around the time when Daylight Saving is about to end for another year.
A middle class North Shore couple, Tom and Felicity, are struggling to find time together. Tom, a high profile sports agent, is always travelling overseas to cater to the whims of his clients. He is about to head off and Felicity- nicknamed Flick- chides him, again.
Enright packs in interesting plot lines, farcical situations, quirky characters and zingy one liners to keep audiences well entertained up to a very neat finishing line. Continue reading DAYLIGHT SAVING @ THE GUILD THEATRE, ROCKDALE