Music & Drama Education Expo | London

4 & 5 March 2020 | Olympia London

Music & Drama Education Expo | London is Europe’s largest conference and exhibition for anyone involved in music & drama education, and it takes place on 4 & 5 March 2020!

Across the 2 days, we provide delegates with over 70 free-to-attend CPD sessions and over 130 exhibitors from the creative field to speak to.

Save 4 & 5 March 2020 in your calendar and follow our Twitter & Facebook to keep updated on important show information.

Latest News

The Space is the place

Alasdair Buchan reports on his experience of the Music & Drama Education Expo | London 2019 from the best seat in the house, as Theatre Manager of The Space

Leading by example

Violinist Nicola Benedetti has cemented her long-standing commitment to music education with a new role as president of the European String Teachers Association. She speaks to Helena Ruinard about collaboration, exams and wider cultural shifts

Download the Expo London 2019 Show Guide

Download the Show Guide for Music & Drama Education Expo | London 2019 now! It contains the full conference programme, exhibitor listings, floorplan and speaker biographies, this booklet is your guide to the 2019 conference.

"A fantastic event, giving you the tools and resources to inspire the next generation of musicians"

Attendee via survey

"Thank you Music & Drama Education Expo for holding an amazing few days at Kensington Olympia. I have gone away feeling inspired, excited and ready to bring music and drama into the lives of others every day!"

Arts2Educate

"Our singing teacher Emily got some amazing lesson ideas from the Music and Drama Expo, we can’t wait to try them!!!! #MDEE"

Junior Jam via Twitter

"Thank you for putting on what I can only say was an outstanding Expo. Full of interesting stands, people, performances, discussions and presentations."

Jan Murray

"Thank you for an amazing conference at the Music & Drama Expo 2019. My colleagues and I are still discussing topics that were covered in the sessions and talking to our administrations about just how impressed we were."

RJ Jensen, Performing Arts Teacher