The Historic Old Church

Come on in to The Historic Old Church! We are a public events and performance venue located in downtown Portland’s cultural West End district. This historic jewel is a remarkable community space, home to concerts, lectures, ceremonies and receptions. In fact, we host a free noon sack lunch recital every Wednesday! Read below for our latest updates, click on Calendar to check out what’s happening here, and sign up for our e-newsletter so you don’t miss our great events!

A Bhangra & Bollywood Dance Party with Anjali & The Kid-A fundraiser for The Old Church, Saturday, Oct 4 6:30pm

DJ AnjaliSaturday October 4th, 2014  6:30pm to 10:00pm, A Bhangra & Bollywood Dance Party with Anjali & The Kid-A Fun! Fun! Fundraiser for The Old Church

Well known as dance floor instigators, DJ Anjali and her partner, The Incredible Kid, will teach the steps and have you dancing like a Bollywood star in no time. She has been Portland’s primary advocate and dance missionary for the many varied electronic sounds of the South Asian/desi diaspora. She introduced “bhangra” & “Bollywood” to the dance floors of Portland with her debut in 2000.


$25 available through Brown Paper Tickets and at the door.

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Broadway, Then and Now, a Music Review featuring baritone, Douglas Webster, Saturday, September 27 at 8:00pm


A fundraiser for The Old Church

$50 VIP Package, includes reserved seating

and exclusive pre-show reception at 6:30pm.

Wine and Appetizers included

$25 General Seating.

Tickets available through BrownPaperTickets or directly from The Old Church box office.

All Ages Show – Bar with I.D.

Join us for a thematic celebration of The Old Church and Broadway over the four decades. Doug Webster and Friends takes us on a multimedia musical voyage that began in 1968 when The Old Church was saved from the wrecking ball. Prepare to be delighted!

Doug Webster has performed as an actor on Broadway and throughout the US and Europe as a soloist with symphony orchestras.  He has received the Portland Drammy Award for Best Actor in a Musical (Les Misérables) and the Phoenix Theatre Encore Award for Best Actor (Les Misérables). His first recording was singing Prince Charming on the Grammy-nominated A Disney Spectacular with the Cincinnati Pops for Telarc Records.

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