Accessibility: unfortunately the BAJC is located in a basement down a flight of stairs. There is no scope at this time to put in an elevator system, but we will look into was of improving access in future. If you require assistance using the stairs, our doorstaff and barstaff will be happy to assist you.
Generally shows aren't too loud, and generally lights aren't too flashy or intense. There is a separate room away from the stage which can be sat in, if performances ever get too intense.
The Blue Arrow Jazz Club is a music venue in Glasgow, Scotland that focuses on, but isn't limited to, programming jazz.
Located in a cosy basement at 323 Sauchiehall Street, the stage at the end of the main room has hosted many exciting local, UK and international jazz acts over the club's 5 year existence, along with local and touring folk heroes.
Reopening after being closed for getting on two years, our plan is to become the best music club in the city, where audiences can pop in just for a pint and one tune, or stay for the whole performance.
We are operating a pay what you can afford ticket policy for many shows, with tickets purchased after you sit down.
Part of our ethos is that above all, we support local musicians and our own staff. Staff are paid at least Real Living Wage and work under fair and safe conditions. Artists are paid fairly and treated well.
Whilst we are getting back on our feet again, there may be some nights where we're open for drinks and background music. The club is a lovely place to drink in, so feel free to come down for a pint and support us. Always check the website for listings, which will tell you if there's live music on or not.
For all artist bookings or customer enquiries please email [email protected]
Here's to the future.
Please note, we do not take table reservations. Tables are available on a first come, first serve basis, and those without a table will be required to stand in the bar area.