Cara Delevingne is already looking for another stage role.

The 31-year-old model-turned-actress had been playing Sally Bowles in 'Cabaret' in London's West End but her three-month run in the production came to an end on 1 June but she admitted she has got the "bug" now and can't wait to get back to theatre soon.

In a post reflecting on a time on the production, she wrote on Instagram: "I can definitely say I have been infected with the bug… mothertucker I’m ILL! I need to get back on a stage STAT [heart emoji] Also can someone please tell me if the songs will ever stop playing in a loop in a head? (sic)"

Cara's post was accompanied by a number of backstage photos and videos - including a dressing room picture of Taylor Swift visiting her pal - and she told how she had been "turned upside down" by her time with the production.

She wrote: "Oh Cabaret…. I will never be able to express how I truly feel. I wanted to give myself a few days to grasp the journey I have been through in the last couple of months, but my heart and brain are still buzzing.

"My world has been completely turned upside down by this experience. I am not sure where I begin and Sally Bowles ends and I am okay with that… this show is unlike anything else and what makes it so special is all the people involved. Thank you for all the support, laughs, tears and memories that I will never forget. I love you [heart emoji] (sic)"

The former 'Only Murders in the Building' actress -who is dating Minke - recently spoke of how she feels "inspired by people in the queer community".

In a promo video for Calvin Klein - which has been shared with PEOPLE - Cara says: "Love, to me, encapsulates everything about life: the good, the bad, the ugly, the beautiful, the magnificent. Just the highs and the lows, I guess.

"It teaches you about yourself. And I think, what I didn’t have, at least, is younger people today are so much more who they are and they’re not going to change for anyone whereas I felt like I was always so scared or like I didn’t want to be who I really was.

"There is so much more freedom to be who you want to be, of course there are still struggles and there is still so much to fight against but I get so inspired by people in the queer community."