The daytime event (10am - 6pm) comprises a series of experts & activists in their chosen fields, aiming to demonstrate the very best and most cutting edge uses of technology and digital media.
Ben Stockman (Founder SXSELondon)
Business Keynote: Ruth Barnett (Swiftkey)
Ruth Barnett (Swiftkey), Sian To (Cybher), Cat Turner (NativeLDN), Daniel Fozzati (UCL Decide), Karl Hildebrandt (Newcycle)
Jon Morter - Condescending Corporate Brand
Jo Burford (Talenthouse), Charlie Southwell (Flagship Consulting), Andreea Magdalina (Head of Community, Mixcloud), Gabrielle Laine-Peters (NASA)
Adam Dustagheer (Former Head of Digital, the Labour Party), Alberto Nardelli (Tweetminster), Charlotte Henry (Digital Politico), Andrew Tobert (38 degrees)
Television Keynote: Sue Llewellyn (ex-BBC Producer & reporter, social media trainer with Ultrasocial)
FILM & TV PANEL
Stuart Heritage (the Guardian), Jonny Owen (Root Films), Sue Llewellyn (ex-BBC Producer & reporter, social media trainer with Ultrasocial)
Technology Keynote: Dr Bernie Hogan, Oxford Internet Institute
DIGITAL FUTURE PANEL
In the evening (7pm till 1am), we will bring you some of the very best in entertainment and emerging talent, chosen from London's finest musicians, comedians and film-makers.
On the music stage:
1900 - Max Sanderson (dulcet-voiced folk hero)
1940 - Dirty Luck (Funk & soul band extraordinaire)
2020 - The Silver Ghosts (Swing band to the stars)
2100 - The Keys (Post-psychedelia rock gods)
2140 - Kizzy Meriel Crawford (Soft pop songstress)
2220 - Sion Russell Jones (Intricate singer/ songwriter)
2300 - Lucan Mills (Up & coming hip-hop hero)
Covering various different aspects of society, we aim to show how technology is changing humanity for the better (or worse!), and to try to understand what trends we may see in the coming years.
Jon Burkhart (Newsjacking & Urgent Genius), Bernie Mitchell (Engaging People), Jon Morter (RATM4xmas), Jemima Gibbons (RSA Org)
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT PANEL
Jonny Owen (Root Films), Emma Trant Harman (Talenthouse), Rachel Menzies (Musicmetric.com), Nick Ford-Young (Meet and Jam), Jeff Bacon (Consolidated Independent)
Jess Macdonald (IGersLDN), Oliver Lang (@Oggsie), Dan Rubin (@DanRubin, Designer & former creative director at moo.com) & David Angell (RooM)
James Lloyd (National Trust), Andrew Teacher, (SpaceHive), Alice Vaughan (3space), Peter Speller (Greenpeace)
We are also offering corporate training sessions with our team of experts throughout the day.
On the comedy stage:
Hosted by: Sam Deards
1905 - Jeff Leach
1925 - Katherine Ryan (8 out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week)
1950 - Debra-Jane Appelby
2010 - Sunna Jarman
2030 - INTERVAL
2040 - Richard Todd
2100 - Tom Hayward
2120 - Patrick Morris
2140 - Funmbi Omotayo (Leicester Square Comedian of the Year 2012)
2210 - INTERVAL
2220 - Sara Pascoe (Live at the Apollo, Stand up for the week)
2245 - Scott Capurro (Perrier Award Winner 2004, Mrs Doubtfire)
This year's SXSELondon will take place on Friday, April 4th at Shoreditch's 93 Feet East from 10am till 1am.
SXSELondon - London's only grassroots charitable digital festival - is back, bigger and better for 2014!
This year we aim to raise even more money for Crisis, the nationwide charity dedicated to helping the homeless by delivering life-changing services.
As always, our goal is to demonstrate through our contributors exactly how social and digital media is changing the world in which we live, and by extension, ourselves.
We're living through the single biggest communications advance in human history - how is it affecting our lives?