"I was a storm. I was also a man entirely alone in a storm. There were forces beyond my control and I was one of them."
"Chilling... the most provocative theatrical act of the decade."Telegraph
"An emotive play, dealing with a subject that resonates in the current climate... it would be easy to sensationalise, but Hannan's writing ensures it steers clear of that path, making it, if anything, more chilling... like Powell in his heydey, it is hypnotising. It is simultaneously thoughtful, thought-provoking and difficult to watch."The Reviews Hub
"A visceral play… Powell seems from another age except that some of his concerns, Islamic fundamentalism and the disenfranchised working class, are the stuff of Brexit Britain."The Times
"A timely, intelligent, and often poetic play about immigration, identity and the power of words to inflame."The Stage
What Shadows Script
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1968. Midlands MP Enoch Powell has something to say. Something he feels needs to be said. Something that could divide Britain forever.