Jam House, Edinburgh
|Maximum Capacity of Largest Room||700|
|Minimum Capacity of Smallest Room||2|
|Number of Halls||3|
|Number of Meeting Room options||0|
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Based inside the 24,000sq ft former BBC Broadcasting House, the Jam House is an award-winning venue offering a light and airy environment which exhudes character. The entire building offers a special backdrop for any style of event and the VIP room, a converted chapel at the top of the building offers a unique space high, beamed ceilings. The concept of Jam House was created in 1999, a collaboration between Jools Holland and designer Neil Tibbatt.
Unique Features: Beautifully furnished and designed building Central location Spacious Unique style of venue Clear sightlines to stage Converted chapel VIP area. A fine dining restaurant.
Travel: Central location near all public transport and airport.
Previous Events: Jools Holland Live.