Sundance London (April 26-29) has announced the programme for its Cinema Cafe and Music Cafe spaces at The O2.

At the Cinema Cafe, programmed by the Sundance Institute, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje will do a table reading for his script Farming; Filly Brown’s creators will discuss music in film; and the team behind LUV talk about getting the film made.

The Music Cafe, programmed by ASCAP, will feature performances by The Staves, an unsigned artist selected with Gibson Guitar and Absolute Radio, Beatrice Andersen, Daughter, Charlene Soraia, Seye, Rams’ Pocket Radio, Man Without Country, Cosmo Jarvis, Escapists, Gabrielle Aplin and Simon Lynge.

John Cooper, Director of the Sundance Film Festival, said, “Key to the success of the Sundance Film Festival is providing shared spaces and experiences for attendees, which is precisely our aim with the Cinema Café and Music Café. The line-up of events and performances announced today complement our film, music and panel programming and offer an additional opportunity for festival attendees to interact with each other as well as the visionary artists whose work will be presented at the first-ever Sundance London.”