This underrated gem of work could have been written by Samuel Beckett. In a tale that juxtaposes both the tragic and the comedic, we see an assortment of characters living lives of quiet desperation. When 'Godot' was performed in San Quentin, then entire prison sat transfixed, because they understood the true meaning of desperation and hopelessness, and I'm guessing that there are many people who'll watch this with a knowing smile - or tear. Sheridan Smith - what's to say? Magnificent. Magnificent. Magnificent. And the rest of the cast weren't that far behind. Superb.