Geri Halliwell's West End dream
Geri Halliwell wants to become a West End star.
The former Spice Girls star is keen to make a move into musical theatre and would like to star in a play in London's famous theatre district.
She told friends: "I may now look at a musical role, too."
Geri - who initially left the Spice Girls in May 1998 to become a solo star - recently insisted her career as a solo artist is over.
The mother-of-one said: "I feel like I've hung up my hot pants now. I'll always try and be honest about myself. I've finished as a solo artist."
The 34-year-old - also known as Ginger Spice - believes the Spice Girls reunion tour, which ended in February, has brought the girls closer together.
Geri - who was joined on the road by Victoria Beckham, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Mel B - added: "I feel we are just like a family. We clicked again straight away - it's just like a family travelling in a bubble. I really enjoy our relationships. But I always wish I had left the group under better circumstances, rather than just walking out. But that's exactly why I wanted to do it again."