THE Burnley Express is looking for Twitter-style reviewers.
Whether you are a theatre buff, film mad, enjoy video games, love a good book or attend a local event or restaurant, 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.
This will be an ongoing project open to anybody. All suitable reviews will be retweeted and published in paper and online.
Your latest #tweetreviews
• Nicola Adam @jabberingjourno
@BurnleyExpress #guild2012 @KathJenkins and Jose Carreras leave audience emotionally wrought. Fab #tweetreview
• Kelvin Stuttard @kelvinstuttard
Event/Burnley Beer Festival - A fantastic night, and tried some tasty ales, my favourite was ‘Half Nelson’ brewed by Thwaites #tweetreview
• Colin Ainscough @MrColinA
@BurnleyExpress #tweetreview Film: This Means War: On the face of it a chick flick; but definitely not just for girls. A funny, romantic spy film
• Rebecca Cohen @rebeccacohen20
@BurnleyExpress Theatre/ Our Country’s Good/ Bolton Octagon/ A powerful performance with an extremely impressive cast. 5 stars. #tweetreview
• Sally Dahmke @SallyDahmke
@burnleyexpress #tweetreview Banny’s restaurant, Colne. Fave cheese & onion pie sold out so had passable tempura veg. Decent cab sav though!
• Ben Kenyon @benkenyon
Book/ Pies & Prejudice by @StuartMaconie / A eulogy to the North, its culture, music, history & idiosyncracies @BurnleyExpress #tweetreview
How to get involved:
Tweet your review to @burnleyexpress, using the hashtag #tweetreview (see examples above).
Or email Rebecca Cohen on firstname.lastname@example.org, put ‘tweet review’ in the subject line.