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John Good Limited is a creative agency, with over thirty years of experience in working with the Arts, in particular, where creativity, quality and flexibility are absolutely essential to our clients’ needs.

Operating from three locations across the UK, our very diverse offering includes branding and identity, design / illustration, publishing / printing, advertising and a whole range of Digital services, including Internet sites, Apps and, more recently, extremely engaging, media-rich digital publications.  We are professionals and always strive to offer the very best in all that we do. 

We have established an enviable list of the most prestigious clients in the Arts and commercial sectors including household names, such as The BBC Proms, The National Theatre, The Royal Opera House, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre and The Inner Temple.  


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American Psycho A Musical Thriller

American Psycho A Musical Thriller

Building on our long experience in the design and production of printed theatre programmes and other high-end publications for the Arts, we are delighted to announce our very first Digital Interactive Publication of American Psycho – A New Musical Thriller. This edition is for iPad’s only and can...

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Kodak Digital Press

Remaining relevant and at the forefront of the print industry is a top priority for John Good; As part of our ongoing investment programme we are pleased to announce the arrival of our new KODAK NexPress Digital Production Colour Press in February 2015.

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Digital Publication: Of Mice and Men

John Good is proud to announce our new Digital Publication for the National Theatre to accompany their exclusive broadcast of Of Mice and Men.

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Digital Publication: Frankenstein

We are delighted to announce our new Digital Publication for the National Theatre to accompany the National Theatre Live broadcast of Frankenstein.

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