The Jam House is a very relaxed and friendly club with a light casual dress code. Based in a traditional and historic Georgian building, this venue offers you an unforgettable experience, slightly dozed with a tone of blues, jazz and rock music. With its capacity of 600 people spread over 3 floors, the house gives you the opportunity to always keep close to the action. Since the opening in 1999 well-known performers as Chaka Khan, Paul Carrack
, The stylist and many more had their shows hosted by the club.
The venue is located on 3-5 St Pauls Square, Birmingham, B31QU, and the ways to get there are:
By train and tube: Birmingham New Street is the closest and most convenient station – about 15 minutes from the building. After you exit the station walk a while to the north on New Hall St. When you reach a junction with Charlotte St turn right and head straight to reach the venue.
By bus: buses 9, 10, 82, 83, 87, 89, 101, 120, 127, 128, 129, 140 and 141 can drop you on new Hall St – about 5 minutes from the venue(directions shown above).
By car: get directions from your map to reach the club. A4400 runs close by the Jam House, so you should check out this direction.
International: take a rail from Rowley Regis, Tyseley or Stechford. Exit at Birmingham New Street and walk to the venue (as shown above).
Check out the National Car Park near St Paul’s Church – a couple of minutes away from the venue. There is also drop off available around the Square. Parking is free for Blue Badgers at all times and for general parking after 6 pm.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The Jam House embraces you with its access to all areas and polite staff, ready to reach out a hand for help. The club provides easy to use disabled toilets, as well as a stair lift for the people with special needs.