This week’s tweet reviews

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The Chorley & Leyland Guardian is continuing to look for Twitter-style reviewers.

Whether you are a theatre buff, film mad, enjoy your video games, love a good book or attend a local event, we want to hear from you !

Reviews that are submitted need to be no longer than 140 characters, and must include what it is you are reviewing, where you saw it, and your overall opinion.

This will be an ongoing project that is open to anybody. All suitable reviews will be published in paper and online.

How to get involved:

Tweet your review to @guardianchorley, using hashtag #tweetreview. (we will RT!)

Or e-mail Rebecca Cohen on rebecca.cohen@jpress.co.uk. Put ‘tweet review’ in subject line.

For example:

@guardianchorley Theatre/Lowry/Wonderful Town/A feel good production with stunning choreography and a wonderful ensemble #tweetreview

@guardianchorley TV/BBC/Apprentice/A saucy ep with highlight being duane’s shiny brown gilet. Glad Michael went #tweetreview

Tweet reviews from the week:

@fjs176

@guardianchorley Had a fab meal at #TheCosmopolitan on Tuesday night! Highly recommend going for a night out! :-D #tweetreview

@HartwoodPark

@guardianchorley TV/BBC1/The Syndicate/ Best drama on TV @ moment, Timothy Spall just superb, something everyone can relate to #tweetreview

@jabberingjourno

@guardianchorley Theatre/Manchester Palace/Phantomoftheopera/Powerful. Ingenious. Emotional. Unexpected. Must see #tweetreview

@MissLeylandNews

@guardianchorley Concert/Preston Guild Hall/Mcfly/Absolutely fantastic, full of energy. Even won over the dads in the crowd #tweetreview

@HargreavesTracy

@guardianchorley Went to Clitheroe Castle Museum, a great family day out rain or shine #tweetreview

@zoolsmum

@guardianchorley Theatre/Manchester Palace/Phantomoftheopera/fantastic show marred by cramped uncomforable seating, shame :( #tweetreview

@NicBurke4real

@guardianchorley - went to Lancaster castle and the judges hall museum, really interesting. Right next to train station too :-) #tweetreview

@MatthewCogan

@guardianchorley Went to Museum of Lancashire,great family afternoon, interactive for kids, interesting for adults and free!#tweetreview

@chorleydave

@guardianchorley Played Sat. pm footy in the Chorley & District Alliance league on Astley park. Great local fun & exercise! #tweetreview

@ChorleyRobbie

@guardianchorley Film/The Cabin In The Woods/Post-modern slasher-horror with twists and laughs galore. Goes a bit bonkers 8/10 #tweetreview

@steosphere

@guardianchorley TV/Game of Thrones/Sky Atlantic/ Violence intertwined with politics & a superb fantasy environment. Amazing. #tweetreview

@mrsberry1111

@guardianchorley Aintree Ladies/ ‘Interesting’array of outfits. Liverpool clearly has own microclimate-much warmer than Chorley #tweetreview