The Jam House
The Jam House opened on 23 April 1999 creating a unique music experience that combines rhythm ‘n' blues, soul, jazz and pop every night of the week together with imaginative international food. This very individual venue is supported by boogie-woogie king, TV presenter and pianist Jools Holland who rocked the place on the opening night and will be dropping in from time to time. Situated within the exclusive setting of St. Paul's Square, the JamHouse is a unique Birmingham venue with a history of music and fine dining. The relaxed ambience of this Georgian building coupled with our sophisticated catering make the JamHouse an experience that you will certainly impress family, friends and the employees and clients that you value the most.
3-5 St Paul's Square,
Birmingham, B3 1QU
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