Behind the scenes: Misty Mountains drama group

Behind the scenes with Misty Mountains. Image: Misty Mountains.

Misty Mountains, an amateur drama group based in Camposol, is on the lookout for a few more theatre enthusiasts to join their ranks for an exciting and comical spring production scheduled for late April. Rehearsals take place every Wednesday from 2.30 pm to 5 pm at the Camposol Golf Club.

Meet the Diverse Members of Misty Mountains

We got a peek behind the curtain to find out more about this theatre group. ‘We are a mixed bag of expat experience with members from the UK, Sweden, Canada, France, and Spain,’ said Adrian Ditum, one of the founders of Misty Mountain. ‘One of our number was a professional in musicals on stage in Sweden a few years ago, then we have complete novices and some that did AmDram, again, a while ago until recently.’

Upcoming Comedy Evening in Camposol: Save the Date!

Adrian went on to give us some details on what they have coming up ‘We are working on an evening of comedy sketches perhaps with some songs on Camposol, Puerto de Mazarrón, and surrounding areas at the end of April beginning of May. First confirmed date 26th April at Alley Palais on Camposol.’

Future Plans: Murder Mysteries and Collaborations

Looking ahead, Misty Mountains plans to dive into Murder Mysteries and other entertaining projects. Additionally, discussions are underway for a collaboration with Cloud Nine Drama for future productions, including their annual Pantomime! For inquiries or to express interest, drop them a message at and join in the fun of 2024!

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Catherine McGeer

I am an Irish writer who has been living in Spain for the past twenty years. My writing centers around the Costa Cálida. As a mother I also write about family life on the coast of Spain and every now and then I try to break down the world of Spanish politics!