Jam Cafe is at the heart of the creative community in Nottingham, and is known for running tonnes of events and serving up great craft beer...
Jam Cafe is a 100% independent venue and therefore can serve whatever beer they like from their six rotating craft taps and fridges full of Belgian beer. You can also order Chinese food from neighbours U-Canteen and eat it inside Jam Cafe, however, they also cater for occasional pop ups too.
The main appeal of Jam Cafe, however, is its events. From a regular open mic, to poetry events, club nights and gigs, it’s always worth checking what’s on at Jam Cafe.
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Jamcafé12 Heathcote Street
Psst at JamCafé
Monday 29 April 2019 19:00
Psst. returns to Jamcafé with poetry from Sue Allen, Neal Pike, Emily Roff and Harriet Lander & an open mic. The evenings proceedings are hosted and organised by local poet, Christopher William Lanyon.Full details