The Jazz Café
|Location||Camden Town, London|
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|Owner||MAMA & Company|
The Jazz Café is a music venue in Parkway in Camden Town, London, England. It opened in 1990 on the former premises of a Barclays Bank branch and is owned by the Mean Fiddler Music Group, a subsidiary of MAMA & Company.
The original Jazz Café was founded by Jon Dabner in Newington Green, Stoke Newington and later moved to the Vortex Jazz Club. Mean Fiddler took over bookings from 4 September 1992. In 2008 MAMA & Company acquired the Mean Fiddler Music Group. Since this time the club has continued to showcase performers from the genres of Neo-Soul, Hip Hop, Electronica. Blues, World, Reggae, Latin & Soul as well as providing a venue for new and established Jazz artists.
It has a capacity for 350 patrons and a first-floor restaurant.
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