This week’s tweet reviews

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The Guardian is looking for Twitter reviewers to take part in a new section of the website and paper.

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

Reviews 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.

All suitable reviews will be published in paper

and online.

How to get involved:

Tweet your review to @GuardianDigital, using hashtag #tweetreview and we will retweet it. See below.

Nick Lakin @ribblerouser

@guardiandigital Game of Thrones - George RR Martin is a crackin read, suspense, atmosphere, strong characters & great twists #tweetreview

Sam Cookney ‏@Sam_Cookney

@The_Visitor Winter Gardens: gorgeous building with amazing story. Needs+deserves all our support to get back to former glory #tweetreview

Sharon Jackson ‏@baywebdesigns

Slyne Lodge - went for a family meal, lovely food. Pleasant, unhurried service. Definitely go again #tweetreview

Lancaster Guardian @guardiandigital The Bells didn’t get me Trembling at the Yorkie on Monday but impressive set from Dan Haywood’s New Hawks #tweetreview

Lancaster Guardian ‏@GuardianDigital

Great night out at @parklanc on Saturday for @lancasterindie - top tunes and cheap drinks, what more could you want? #tweetreview

David Chandler ‏@dchan52169

@The_Visitor Events/Morecambe Beer Fest. Great selection of beers, lovely staff, amazing venue (Winter Gardens) = great event. #tweetreview

Greg Lambert ‏@VisitorGreg

Restaurant/Garfunkels, Leicester Square, London/Not as good as Maxwells #tweetreview

Natalie Draycott ‏@nataliedraycott

#tweetreview The Bourne Legacy - a bit weird mentioning Jason Borune when no Matt Damon, but Jeremey Renner cuts a fine hero. Slow start tho