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The Jam House

3-5 St Paul's Square, Birmingham B3 1QU, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 1QU

Tel: 01212003030

The Jam House

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Located in the heart of The Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham, the Jam House occupies a traditional and Historic Georgian Building looking out on to the picturesque St Paul's Square. The Jam House is a landmark, long standing, award-winning venue offering a unique combination of live music, good food and great times!

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Free entry

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Public Transport Directions

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Nearest train station is Snow Hill and is about 5 minutes walk away, and can be accessed on Livery Street. Service time details are available on www.londonmidland.com
TRAMS Nearest tram station is St. Pauls and is also 5 minutes away again on Livery Street. Service time details are available on www.redplanet.travel

Opening Times

* Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Opens: 18:00 Closes: 00:00
Thursday - Opens: 18:00 Closes: 01:00
Friday - Opens: 18:00 Closes: 02:00
Saturday - Opens: 18:00 Closes: 02:00
Sunday - Closed

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