Mr Priestly now works as a ‘strategic advisor’ at the Strategic Investment Board.
In 2006, he featured in Washington on St Patrick's Day and performed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. His shows there have included "The Magical Rhythms of Ireland", "Celtic Rhythms" "Irish Christmas" and "Peter Corry in Concert".
He spent three years playing Inspector Javert, in the West End, and the UK tour of the Schonberg and Boubil's, Les Misérables.
He argues that the event which gave rise to the Christian tradition cannot itself be reduced to a tradition, but is rather a way of challenging traditions.
In order to explore and promote these themes Rollins has founded a number of experimental communities such as ikon Because of their rejection of "worldview Christianity" and embrace of suspended space these groups purposelessly attempt to attract people with different political perspectives and opposing views concerning the existence of God and the nature of the world.
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