Banbury travel company offering free online entertainment for those in isolation during coronavirus pandemic

A father and son duo have come together to offer the residents of Banbury a host of online theatre shows, music and podcasts to help entertain people in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sunday, 5th April 2020, 10:17 am
Updated Sunday, 5th April 2020, 1:02 pm

Ronnie Johnson, and his son, Ryan, are offering the free online entertainment through business, Banbury's travel tour company ‘Star UK Travel’.

Ronnie Johnson, who has been serving residents of Banburyshire with tours and holiday destinations for more than 40 years, teamed up with his son to build the new company website and include a whole array of pre-recorded West End theatre shows, music and podcasts that can be accessed for free.

His son, Ryan Johnson, a former local government worker who realised there would be lots of Star UK Travel customers and elderly residents in Banbury in need of some entertainment, said: "What better way to keep a smile on their faces than provide some of the shows they have enjoyed over the years, bringing the magic to the comfort of their living rooms."

Ronnie Johnson owner of Star UK Travel in Banbury

Ronnie Johnson, Star UK Travel Manager said: "We are truly a community focused business and many of our customers feel like family.

"Its fantastic that the power of social media and our website is enabling us to reach them at these challenging times. With many theatres, venues and museums opening up their doors ‘online’ its great that people have the opportunity to still enjoy them."

Star UK Travel will continue to update its online library and share many opportunities across social media channels daily.

The online library of entertainment can be found at www.staruktravel.com

Ryan Johnson helping his father bring online entertainment to the travel company's website

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