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Drama for children’s theatre group

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They may be rehearsing their version of West End hit Miss Saigon, but the setting of a flood hit Leighton Buzzard drama class looked more like a scene from The Little Mermaid on Saturday.

Torrential downpours left the car park of the LB Children’s Theatre’s Heath and Reach rehearsal space under several inches of water.

But while one early morning class was cancelled, budding thespians from a second class decided that the show must go on.

They waded through the water and completed their session despite the giant puddle almost swamping the venue by the end.

The group are pictured still smiling in their wellies despite the unexpected drama.

Sally Allsopp, who runs the group, said: ‘We decided to cancel the 9am group but the water was receding by 9.45am so we decided to run the later group. But the water rose again significantly and by the end of the rehearsal was lapping at the door of the venue.

‘The youngsters were brilliant . They sang, acted and danced as usual and were evacuated to dry land by 12 noon.’

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