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Camerino Bakery downstairs at IMMA

Camerino Bakery downstairs at IMMA

The Cookbook Club is delighted to be collaborating with Camerino Bakery downstairs at IMMA as the location for The Cookbook Club events.

Camerino is a local bakery, cakery, and coffee shop where everything is freshly baked using the best ingredients and lovin’ from the oven. Camerino serves the highest quality cakes, cookies and squares, excellent coffee by Roasted Brown, leaf tea by Clement & Pekoe, and a simple daily changing menu including a list of sandwiches on bread baked fresh in-house, salads and soups. Camerino Bakery is located in the iconic surroundings of the IMMA Courtyard and indoors in the Basement café.

IMMA is nestled in the 48 acres of land in the heart of Dublin 8, in the extraordinary historical site of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham.

Meet The Founder


Mary Kilduff is a Creative Producer from Dublin, with over 10 years’ experience in the theatre and events industry. Mary recently spent a year living and working in Rome while doing a Masters in Arts and Culture Management.


Her one wish, when throwing a coin into The Trevi Fountain, was to find love. It took time for Mary to realise it, but her wish came true: she fell in love, not only with the city and the food, but also the people she shared it all with. On this journey of love, Mary attended cooking classes, drank gallons of Aperol spritz, and hosted a storytelling night twice a month at the Together Network. All these experiences inspired her to create The Cookbook Club, bringing people, the love of food and storytelling together. Mary currently works part-time as the Creative Administrator at Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire, while also working on other passion projects as a freelance Creative Producer.


Some of the highlights of Mary's career include working with Druid Theatre Company in the Gaiety Theatre on a production of Sive that was attended by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins; working on a remount of Dublin By Lamplight with Corn Exchange Theatre Company at the Abbey Theatre, the National Theatre of Ireland; and lastly, working with Australian-based company Hot Brown Honey on their 2023 tour, stopping at the Sydney Opera House and Glastonbury Music Festival in the UK.


On any given night, Mary can be found either in the front row or back stage at most venues in Dublin.

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