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The Dickens Legacy Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation. UK Registered Charity No: 1150975

UK Taxpayer donations attract a tax break; UK basic rate tax is currently 20 per cent,
so this means that if you give £10 using Gift Aid, it’s worth £12.50 to the charity.

Charles Dickens

Welcome to The Dickens Legacy

'Dedicated to the advocacy of all rational and honest means by which wrong might be redressed, just rights maintained, and the happiness and welfare of society promoted' Charles Dickens

Charity funds will be distributed to organisations and bodies that seek to fulfil Charles Dickens’s legacy by supporting those less fortunate in society and challenging the status quo.

This includes supporting access to the Arts, Theatre and Literature.

Queen Victoria’s Diary (11 June 1870)
‘He had a large loving mind and the strongest sympathy. He felt sure a better feeling, and much greater union of classes, would take place in time… and I pray earnestly it may.’

The charity receives a royalty percentage of box office receipts from all Beckman Unicorn productions. Click here to join the free membership.

  1. The charity receives a royalty from all sales of the Video On Demand from the Opening Night of Great Expectations in London's West End.
  2. Click here to view on your favourite platform including iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, BroadwayHD and help support the charity > > >
  3. The Dickens Legacy proudly supported access to educational talks and theatre tickets for the UK Tour of Great Expectations. 'Dickens Legacy Tuesdays' attracted a new, diverse audience to London's West End production, allowing young people to attend the production for free.
  4. The charity continues to distribute copies of the original novel, toy theatres, Simon Callow's Dickens and The Great Theatre of the World and Lucinda Hawksley's pictorial history of Dickens' life to a range of schools and colleges in London and across the UK.

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