In 1765 Wolfe Tone took his wedding vows in this lovely church, the interior of which dates back to the 17th century. Other past parishioners include Douglas Hyde and Dracula's very own Bram Stoker. Note the shelves behind the altar, where bread was once stored for the poor and hungry. The graveyard contains the tomb of poet Felicia Hemans, who lived on Dawson Street. There are also recitals held at St Ann's every Thursday lunchtime. Check the local press for details.