In the Media
The historic Falstaff Experience is in much demand due to the magnificence of the building with its ancient cobblestone courtyard and half-timbered facade, creating a wonderful ambience and has been used in many film productions and adverts either about the property or as a backdrop.
In 2003 the property was used by Excite Productions, as a background for their reenactment of the plague.
In 2004 the museum appeared on the TV Programme Most Haunted in which Derek Accorah appeared to have become possessed by one of the spirits.
In 2006 Terry Deary dedicated his book 'Stratford-Upon-Avon' to the Shrieve's House.
In 2007 paranormal journalist Fiona Broome from Hollowhill came to
the property and put her chilling findings on a podcast (which can be found
on line). She called Falstaffs "one of the most unique and haunted buildings in the world".
In 2008 Falstaff appeared in Doug Strong's Special Places on ITV as
"the most haunted building in England", a travel programme about
unusual things to do, with presenter John Sparkes.
In 2008 the property was featured in Warwickshire Life and Cotswold
Life; the Stratford Observer and the Stratford Herald with
Richard Felix, also on BBC Radio 4, Coventry BBC Radio, Mercia
and Touch FM, as well as on many websites and papers in connection with the Godiva Awards.
My Night of Terror in a Haunted House in which Mr Chapman recounts his experience in the museum one Halloween night, was reported in The Coventry Telegraph.
Falstaff's has appeared in many paranormal magazines such as Fate (part of Chat Magazine), Haunted Times, and Vision.
Discover Warwickshire (DVD)
Most Haunted live (TV series)
Doug Strong's Special Places (TV series)
Phantom Force (in production)
Haunted Alley (in production)
Atlantis-Films (the life of Shakespeare) in production for German TV