Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX.
*Please note that it is quicker and easier to travel to Olympia by public transport.
A free two-day conference and exhibition for music and drama teachers with a wide range of CPD sessions, a host of related exhibitors and many Expo Extras. We’re now the biggest event for arts education internationally. Join over 2,500 of the best minds in education from over 40 countries to network, share ideas and refresh your teaching!
Tickets to attend the Music & Drama Education Expo are FREE. Click here to book your place.
Music & Drama Education Expo has now become the biggest name in music, performing arts & drama education in Europe and visitors from over 40 countries enjoy our renowned FREE CPD programme which is independently approved by an expert-led panel.Full details
When and where is the Expo?
The Music & Drama Education Expo London will take place on Wednesday 6 March and Thursday 7 March at London Olympia.
How much does it cost to come to the Expo?
Entry to the Expo is free for those who have registered online, and £25 to those who turn up on the day.
How do I get a ticket?
You can get a ticket by clicking here and following the instructions on screen. You will then receive an email with your ticket, which you will need to bring with you on the day to gain entry to the event, either as a print out or on your phone.
Do I need to register for individual sessions?
No, places at sessions are allocated on a first come first serve basis at the time of the session.
Do I have to come to both days?
No, you can come to one day, half a day, just an hour. It’s completely up to you how much or how little of the event you come to.
When do I need to arrive?
You can arrive at any time during the day, from 08.45. Our morning performance begins at 10.00, the conference sessions commence at 09.30, and the show closes at 17:00.
I've lost my ticket - what should I do?
Email email@example.com and we will be able to reissue your ticket for you.
I can't make it to Expo any more - what do I need to do?
Nothing – if you can’t come that’s fine, and there’s no need to let us know.