Meyerson Symphony Center — Jaap van Zweden conducts Bruckner’s monumental Eighth Symphony plus Philip Glass’s Double Concerto for Two Pianos composed especially for the LaBèque sisters. 7:30 p.m. $20-$92.
2301 Flora St.
Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture — The Orchestra of New Spain
presents a preview of “Achilles in Skyro” an opera in 18th century Madrid. Experts discuss the operatic life of baroque Madrid. Wine, tapas and parking included.
2719 Routh St.
Bath House Cultural Center — El Corazón, a beloved annual exhibition, returns — featuring a variety of ideas, styles and concepts inspired by the human heart. Runs through March 17. 7-9 p.m. FREE!
521 E. Lawther Drive
Angelika Film Center — The Angelika is celebrating leading ladies and the ‘80s this year with monthly screenings. February’s hit is 1989’s “Say Anything,” a charming tale of first love. 7 p.m. $12.
5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Suite 230
Dallas White Rock Newcomers Club — The February meeting at the Dallas Athletic Country Club will be presented by John Ehrenberger, formerly know as “Johnny Rocket,” who will entertain. Lunch will be served. Call to RSVP.
4111 Dallas Athletic Club Drive
Magnolia Cinema — Catch a screening of the 1958 classic, “Bell, Book and Candle” where Kim Novak plays a witch who casts a spell on her handsome neighbor (James Stewart). 7:30 and 10 p.m. $11.
3699 McKinney Ave. Suite 100
Liberty Burger — The crew from Food Network’s “Burgers, Brews & ‘Que” is coming to Liberty Burger to find out how to make the best burger in town. Come by the taping and support your favorite burger place and hang out! 2-5 p.m.
1904 Abrams Parkway
Majestic Theatre — “Here’s looking at you, kid.” The Texas Theatre is proud to present a screening of Michael Curtiz’s 1942 Humphrey Bogart & Ingrid Bergman classic, “Casablanca,” right before Valentines Day. 8 p.m. $10.
1925 Elm St.
The Nines — Bourbon and Bordeaux presents The Vintage Cocktail Hour. Featuring specialty cocktails, entertainment and music, it’s sure to be a hit, with some of the nation’s most talented burlesque artists. 8:30 p.m. $10.
2911 Main St.
Excellent Cultures — There’s no greater challenge than helping clients change culture. Dale Hintz leads a round table discussion on process thinking and scientific measurement for the opportunities of culture. 7:30-9 a.m. $15-$25.
13701 Dallas Parkway
Moody Performance Hall — The Orchestra of New Spain presents Francisco Courcelle’s “Achilles in Skyros,” a three-act opera centered around the young Achilles, forced to disguise himself as a young woman to escape death. $10-$100.
2520 Flora St.
Backdoor Comedy — It’s a Champagne, Chocolates and Comedy Valentine’s Celebration. EMMY-award winner Dean Lewis headlines. Tickets include a glass of champagne, a box of chocolates and a ticket to a future show. 8 p.m. $38.
8250 N. Central Expressway
Theatre Three — On the fog-bound streets of Victorian-era London, Henry Jekyll’s experiments with exotic “powders and tinctures” have brought forth his other self — Edward Hyde. The classic “Jekyll and Hyde” runs through Feb. 11.
2800 Routh St. #168
Lake House Bar and Grill — Kiss multiple sclerosis goodbye and fund research for a cure. Each donation enters you into prize drawings, and Community Beer Co. will donate $3 for every Texas Helles purchased.
7510 E. Northwest Highway
Fiesta Grocery — Join Petmobile Pet Hospital at Fiesta Grocery for a mobile vaccination clinic, providing low-cost vaccinations, minor exams and much more. For more information, check out petmobile.com. 4-7 p.m.
11445 Garland Road
The Rustic — New Orleans is coming to The Rustic on Fat Tuesday! Enjoy live music, a crawfish boil, jambalya, face painting and more! The Rustic’s full menu will be served in addition to New Orleans features. 5:30 p.m.
3656 Howell St.
Meyerson Symphony Center — One of Tchaikovsky’s most audacious works, the “Pathétique” Symphony confronts the artist’s struggle head-on with a depth of feeling matched only by its exquisite lyricism. Gustavo Gimeno conducts.
2301 Flora St.