The Jam House is a 600 capacity, live music and dining venue situated in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, not too far from the Actress & Bishop.
From soul to blues, jazz to rock, The Jam House allows you to see established artists, as well as up-coming talent in an intimate setting. Past performers include Snow Patrol, Robert Plant and Edwin Starr.
With a 220 capacity restaurant overlooking the stage, the venue offers a modern twist on fine dining, with a seasonal changing menu. Its bar serves an array of alcoholic, soft and hot drinks. The venue is also vailable for private hire from Sunday – Wednesday and can host up to 600 attendees. All public areas are accessible via wheelchair; disabled facilities are available and a stair lift is provided for higher levels. There is also a cloakroom. Just to note, The Jam House is an over 21’s only venue and adheres to a strict dress code which includes no sportswear, no trainers and men must wear shirts.
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Getting to The Jam House
Once in Birmingham City Centre, follow signs to The Jewellery Quarter or St Paul’s Church. The Jam House is directly opposite the church.
Whilst there is no designated parking, street parking is available at St Paul’s Square. There is also a NCP car park on Newhall Street and a Britannia car park on Charlotte Street, both within a short walk from the venue.
By public transport
Situated in the heart of Birmingham, The Jam House has excellent transport links. The nearest train station is Birmingham Snow Hill, which is a five minute walk. Birmingham New Street and Jewellery Quarter stations are a ten minute walk. The area is well connected with bus routes from all main suburban areas around the city including Kings Heath, Moseley, Edgbaston, Erdington and Sutton Coldfield – for more information on public transport in the West Midlands, please visit networkwestmidlands.com.
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