Shortlisted for the inaugural Lichfield Cathedral The Word Festival Poetry Prize 2019
New Podcast Series!
Inspector Detective On Chan Tay is a six-part-audio-parody-crime-series, being released as a podcast on the Lesbian Lounge podcast channel; you could say the unwanted child of ‘Acorn Antiques’, ‘Poirot’ and ‘The Archers’.
Each 5 minute episode follows the hapless Inspector Detective On Chan Tay as they solve important crimes that occur among their friendship group.
Episodes will be available every Wednesday starting on the 27th February, for six weeks, and available via podbean (android) and Itunes (Apple Podcast) on The Lesbian Lounge podcast channel – host to a range of excellent podcasts from within the LBQ women’s community, such as ‘Claire Lydon’s Lesbian Book Group’ and ‘Rag Time’.
Inspector Detective On Chantay, says “No crime to small, but sometimes, crimes too big”.
Inspector Detective On Chantay is written, performed and produced by Sally McFerran, aka musician Alabaster Queen, and writer Katie Margaret Hall, creator of the UK’s first lesbian web series ‘She’s in London’.
- Annabelski's Queer Performance Night, February 2019
- Scratch Works, Novemebr 2018
- Manifest Launch, June 2018
- Polari, February 2018
- L Fest, Preswold Hall, Sunday 23 July
- Diva Literary Festival, Birmingham, Sat 4th / Sunday 5th October
- Bar Wotever, September 2016
- Bar Wotever, April 2015
- QFest, February 2015
- Planet London LGBT History Month Event, February 2019
- QFest, November 2014
Katie on the Radio:
- Radio Diva discussing Inspector Detective On Chan Tay
- Out in South London discussing 'She's in London'
- JOY FM on 'She's in London' (link to follow)
- Out in South London discussing 'On Bishop' by Colm Toibin and 'She's in London'
- My Lesbian Radio Book Club episode 6 discussing book reviewing with Clare Lydon
- Co-hosting the Lesbian Lounge with Denise Warner Gregory (My Lesbian Radio)
- Out in South London discussing Planet Brighton and women's visibility at Pride in London
- Interviewing Anna Margarita Albelo and Guinevere Turner at BFI Flare
- Interviewing Kate Johnston and Shauna MacDonald (Tru Love) at BFI Flare
- Talking Planet Brighton on Out in Brighton
- "Getting to know" Denise and Donna from the Lesbian Lounge
- Interviewing Tracy Ryerson and Stamie K from 'The Real L Word'
Other press for Katie
Katie releases first poetry collection 'the Nature of Fragments' (3 July 2016)
The Human Experience (13 September 2015)
Diva Magazine (13 September 2015)