Tickets & Events in Gresham

Improv Comedy with Soft Drinks and Popcorn for Two at Curious Comedy Theater (Up to 41% Off)

Curious Comedy Theater

King

$32 $19

Intimate theater hosts weekend shows filled with sketch, standup, and improv comedy

Film-Event Admission for Two or Four at Sistah Sinema (50% Off)

Sistah Sinema

Portland

$10 $5

Monthly event showcases films by queer women of color and leads into a safe group discussion of the film and subject

Movie or "Rocky Horror" Experience for Two with Popcorn and Drinks at Clinton Street Theater (Up to 51% Off)

Clinton Street Theater

Hosford - Abernethy

$26.50 $13

Enjoy classic and independent movies while munching popcorn or dress up as your favorite Rocky Horror character for a midnight screening

Standup Show for Two, Four, or Six at Harvey's Comedy Club (Up to 52% Off)

Harvey's Comedy Club

Old Town - Chinatown

$30 $15

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Cozy club hosts nationally touring standups, including upcoming shows from Rich Vos, Killer Beaz, and Sean Kent

Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

$19.95 for a Movie for Two and Concessions at Cinetopia (Up to $50 Value)

Cinetopia, LLC

Multiple Locations

$50 $19.95

A movie experience enhanced by extra-wide leather seats, wine and cocktail menus, and blockbusters on enormous hi-def screens

$9 for Two Movie Tickets and One Large Popcorn at Kiggins Theatre ($16.50 Value)

Kiggins Theatre

Esther Short

$16.50 $9

Catch a classic flick with a friend at a landmark community theater that's been around since 1936

Movie Tickets and Large Drinks for Two or Four at Joy Cinema and Pub (50% Off)

Joy Cinema and Pub

Tigard

$20 $10

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Retro-styled cinema showcases current Hollywood hits as viewers sip large sodas or pint glasses of microbrew

"The Last Five Years" at Theatre in the Grove on Friday, September 5 (Up to 53% Off)

"The Last Five Years at Theatre in the Grove"

Theatre in the Grove

$31.84 $15

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Jason Robert Brown's acclaimed musical moves forwards and backwards in time as it follows a relationship from beginning to end

Entry for Two or Four to the Healthy Living & Gluten Free Expo on November 22 (Up to 53% Off)

Healthy Living & Gluten Free Expo

Central Area

$20 $10

Over 50 vendors and nine speakers preach how to eat healthier and deal with dietary limitations during expo that features live cooking demos

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Dance School Est. in 1972. Currently w/3 locations: Gresham, OR. And Camas/Washougal, WA. And in Stevenson, WA. We teach: ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, Mommy & Me, Ballroom, Salsa, Swing & Zumba. We have classes for toddlers thru adults.

1149 NE Division St
Gresham,
OR
US

The light of a projector first hit the Hollywood Theatre's screen in 1926. Since then, this cinema has changed with the times—at various points serving as a Cinerama and a second-run discount movie house. After a near-closure and a nearly 15-year renovation, the building re-emerged as a non-profit, independent cinema. Today, Hollywood Theatre screens about 300 films a year, ranging from classic Hollywood and genre films to newer independent movies and quirky blockbusters.

The core of the theatre's programming, however, is its signature series. Programs such as Kung Fu Theater and Sound + Vision aim to restore classic films' spectacle to the silver screen. Outside the auditorium, Hollywood Theatre hosts educational workshops on topics such as animation, documentary filmmaking, and chiseling your own star onto the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the cinema's Spanish Colonial Revival building retains much of its historic charm. At the top of a curving staircase lies a lounge with plush antique furnishings and signage. Inside the main auditorium—the house's original orchestra level—films blaze to life on a 50-foot screen and a digital surround-sound system. On the theater's original balcony level, two smaller venues with just more than 110 seats provide a more intimate viewing experience.

4122 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland,
OR
US

The inspiration behind Rise Dance+Lab, a dance school for children aged 3–14, isn't what you might expect. Evie Graham originally established Vega Dance Lab, a studio exclusively for adult students, when she noticed a glut of kids' dance studios in her search for classes she could take herself. Of course, Evie is a parent herself, and though she found plenty of dance studios her kids could attend, most were far away from downtown Portland. So with one successful dance studio under her belt, Evie and her husband Joe founded Rise Dance+Lab, a studio in the center of the city where kids could discover and hone skills in diverse styles of dance. There, younger dancers begin with classes such as Tutu Cute or Turn! Jump! Leap!, which explore movement and teach the basics of dance and class etiquette. As kids get older, they begin developing more polished moves in styles such as hip-hop, jazz, and contemporary, even working toward injecting the choreography with their own experiences and feelings to give their moves more emotional depth and find a method of expression that can't be stolen and read by a nosy sibling.

1322 SE Water Ave
Portland,
OR
US

Four Horsemen Haunted Attractions spooks its guests twice over with two connected haunted houses spanning more than 18,000 square feet. The gut-wrenching walkthroughs kick off with Primus, where scientists have uncovered strange organisms that showcase advances in science and medicine. But what they uncovered is not at benign as it seemed, causing horrific mutations of the most ancient kind. Four Horsemen's actors elicit screams through dialogue and shocking reveals, elevating the genre beyond cheap-and-dirty scare tactics that usually include dressing up like each guest’s high-school gym teacher. In the connected Hellhouse, guests follow in the footsteps of a film crew hoping to find the mysterious place where a band of serial killers kept their victims. Scripted live-action sequences and seamlessly integrated video back up roving monsters, creating a uniquely immersive haunted experience.

1223 N Hayden Meadows Dr.
Portland,
Oregon
US

Nestled beneath the luminous beacon of its old-timey marquee, the Clinton Street Theater cements its status as Portland?s oldest continuously running independent film house with a rotating slate of foreign films, documentaries, and cult classics. Weekly screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Repo: The Genetic Opera draw fervent cultists dressed as their favorite characters and boom-mic operators, complementing screenings of splattery horror flicks with thought-provoking opera from rising and renowned auteurs. The cylindrical glow from a whirring projector jets across the Clinton?s spacious theater, illumining arrivals from such directors as Sidney Lumet and Gus Van Sant, who is notorious for instructing his actors to break character midfilm to challenge texting film-goers to bare-knuckle brawls.

2522 Southeast Clinton Street
Portland,
OR
US

When he's not whipping the youth soccer players of the Portland Timbers into shape, Waterfront Fitness's owner Jason Bell heads to the city’s riverside parks to shape up everyday citizens with rigorous athletic drills. He and his team of qualified instructors convene beneath Portland's sky during all but the coldest months, incinerating calories during one-hour boot camps held every morning and evening. These sessions include activities such as strength circuits, Interval training, games, and box fit, which features high-speed punching drills and cardiovascular throwdowns beneath the boughs of mighty park trees. The trainers also provide general and sport-specific personal training for exercisers in search of an intense, highly personalized regimen to build muscle or burn fat.

1020 SW Naito Pkwy.
Portland,
OR
US