Fine food live music great times

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Guests dine on the first floor balcony, above the main stage, where soulful musicians entertain throughout the evening. This is one venue where you can eat, drink and dance to your heart's content!

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The Jam House

The Venue

Based inside the 24,000sq ft former BBC Broadcasting House on Queen Street, the Jam House is a music club based on a similar American concept called House of Blues which can be found in LA and Chicago.

Although primarily a live music venue, its intimate and theatrical setting create a fantastic backdrop to the exciting events available. The club has a capacity of 900 and can cater for all types of events, with state of the art sound and lighting technology.

An a la carte dining experience allows customers to enjoy a blend of flavours from around the world and an inspired wine list enhances the choice and quality.

The Jam House caters for all party types and sizes – buffet and set menus are available for party bookings and corporate events. Please email edinburgh@thejamhouse.com for more information and availability.

Please note; all tables located out with the restaurant & Chapel/VIP bar are first come, first served.

The Jam House

Our History

The unique Jam House concept began in 1999 as an amalgamation between Jools Holland and designer Neil Tibbatt.

The partnership wanted to produce a night out which had elements of live music, fine dining and good times.

The first Jam House venue opened in Birmingham on 23 April 1999, featuring its support maestro – TV presenter and pianist, Mr Jools Holland. The Jools Holland big band rocked the place on the opening night and continues to make occasional appearances at this exciting and unique venue.

The Jam House has received tremendous press coverage from Central TV, Evening Mail, BBC, BBC Radio WM, Heart FM and many local magazines.

The Jam House venues have an intimate atmosphere for live music, favouring the ‘unplugged’ feel with more contact between artists and members of the public. There are no futuristic, technological lighting effects, just simple theatrical style focused on the artist and providing a live entertainment experience.