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Rendevous 353 Rendezvous353 Launch London
While the Social Network Film has been proving popular in cinemas a new success story is in the making as the “Irish Facebook” goes from strength to strength. Over 75 people an hour are signing up to Rendezvous 353.com a new social and business network for Irish people and the Diaspora which launched in London on the 25th of November 2010.

The site created by Terry McLoughlin and Richard O Donnell debuted in February 2010 and was first introduced in New York in May 2010.

Vinnie and Tim Edey Launched the event in the Irish Centre in Hammersmith with a varied set of appropriately chosen Irish pieces and some from around the World. The Sounded like they had been playing together for 20 years but the truth is they had never played together before.

Tim Edey is 31 years old and is regarded by many to be one of the finest multi-intsrumental players of his generation in the Celtic music folk scene worldwide, from a rich musical heritage of both Irish & Scottish and English folk and classical music with his Mother’s Irish side & his Father a guitarist/singer and also a direct family link to the acclaimed and hugely respected English composer Edmund Rubbra, music was therefore in life from an early age.

Rendezvous353.com co-founder Terry McLoughlin is
pictured right with Vinnie Kilduff, Leo Moran of the
Saw Doctors, Catherina Casey of the Irish Cultural
Centre, Hammersmith. Photo: Malcolm McNally

Check out Rendezvous353 here.