WATCH dramatic cavalry re-enactments along Hadrian’s Wall, indulge your taste buds on an Easter egg hunt and see a Swedish singing star.

Egg hunt, Hadrian’s Cavalry and Swedish pop: Things to do this week

Do

If they’re not yet sick of Easter eggs, give your kids more sweet treats and fun at a Cadbury egg hunt in your area. The company has teamed up with the National Trust to offer more than 250 chocolatey adventures through woodland, lakes and gardens during the school holidays.

Follow the Easter Bunny to find treats from Chartwell in Kent to Sticklebarn and the Langdales in Cumbria. See cadbury.co.uk/easter.

Visit

Have you got what it takes to join Hadrian’s Cavalry? Find out in a brand-new exhibition spanning the length of Hadrian’s Wall. Step back in time 2,000 years to meet Rome’s elite horsemen, see their impressive armour and watch action-packed re-enactments along the 150-mile-long World Heritage Site until September 10.

Find the full list of attractions at hadrianscavalry.co.uk.

Try

Just a tennis ball’s throw from The Queen’s Club in London, the Colton Arms has had an extensive makeover. Its cosy nooks and crannies and fantastic choice of beers, wines and gins mean you can while away many an hour at the pub.

We sampled a fantastic vegetable hash and mushroom tortellini with truffle oil and Parmesan, followed by a hearty rhubarb and apple crumble with custard. Visit coltonarms.com.

Listen

It’s not just Abba who hit the charts after Eurovision. Fellow Swede Måns Zelmerlöw won the song contest in 2015 with Heroes and has had five top 10 albums in his home country.

His new pop single Hanging On To Nothing is a huge hit in Poland and France, too. He’s bringing his tunes to London as part of his European tour, headlining the Islington O2 Academy on Thursday night. To book tickets, visit academymusicgroup.com.

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