A CARDROSS performer is up for an award for her ensemble role in a top show in London's West End - but she needs your votes to win.

Honey, who studied musical theatre at the prestigious Urdang Academy in London, was part of the ensemble cast of the West End production of Moulin Rouge, for which she is nominated for a West End Wilma Award for Best West End Ensemble Performer.

Specialising in dance, her skills were put to good use during the lively show - which gave Honey her first role in the West End.

Honey added: “There’re kicks and jumping into splits and running around – it’s just so physically demanding but it’s an amazing show and it’s a dancer’s dream.

“I got to cover in that show, so I got play some of the leads and that was my first experience covering which was cool.

“Luckily I’ve been nominated for an award for Moulin Rouge which is really, really amazing because I’ve never been nominated for anything before.”

Voting for the West End Wilma Awards is open until Thursday, November 30 and votes can be cast online: www.westendwilma.com/wilma-awards-2023-shortlist.

For more on Honey's blossoming career, don't miss our exclusive chat with her in the Advertiser's next print edition - on sale from November 30.