Be prepared to be spooked at the V&A's Museum of Childhood. Photographer Craig Deane is exhibiting a dozen images of dolls, picked from the museum's 8,000 strong archive. Fascinated by 'the evolving representations we have made of ourselves - and given to our children to play with', his photographs present a variety of dolls of different shapes and colours spanning back to the 1930s. It is interesting but unnerving too. I feel this is one for the grown-ups, I don't want to give little Evie nightmares. Suddenly teddy bears seem a whole lot more cuddly.
V&A Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA (020 8983 5200/www.vam.ac.uk) Open Mon-Sun 10am-5.45pm. Doll Face is on now until the end of the year.