There's an interesting play on at the National Theatre in London at the moment. 'Paul' is about the life of the biblical Paul and his conversion on the road to Damascus. The play is by Howard Brenton, an atheist, and takes a secular look at faith.
A description of the play can be found here - "Describing it as 'a play about the nature of faith' and a 'secular reading of the story of Christ's resurrection', the National Theatre's director, Nicholas Hytner, admits it is 'irreverent', 'provocative' and 'sceptical', though 'not intended to be controversial or shocking'.".
I'll admit to a strange fascination with Paul. He's completely obsessed with circumcision and the prevention of sex (he even views marital sex as a necessary evil). I find Paul very disturbing - I was pretty shocked when I discovered that this was the kind of thing that Christians believe is inspired by God.
I don't live in London, but I might have to make the effort to see this play.