A SINGER-songwriter is gearing up to perform a series of 'personalised' gigs within an unusual setting.

Bangor born Casi Wyn will conduct the intimate performance in the UK's smallest house in Conwy on Friday, February 7 to celebrate Welsh Language Music Day.

Casi will be accompanied by a harpist. The house will open from 11.30am until 3.30pm.

Members of the public individually or in groups of two will be able to go into the house for free, which is usually shut at this time of year but will open specially for Welsh Language Music Day.

Music fans who attend the free gig can collect limited edition Miwsig tokens in and around Conwy which will define different moods – nostalgic, mountainous and melancholy – and can pick which style of song they’d like Casi to perform personally for them.

This year will mark the fifth annual Welsh Language Music Day, where Wales and the world will celebrate all forms of Welsh language music - indie, rock, punk, funk, folk, electronica, hip hop and everything in between.

As well as in Conwy, Welsh Language Music Day will be holding gigs across England and Wales, including in the UNESCO City of Music Liverpool where Carmarthenshire three-piece band Adwaith will perform, and in Cardiff’s St David’s 2 shopping centre where Al Lewis from Pwllheli and HANA2K from the Vale of Glamorgan will take to the stage.

Dydd Miwsig Cymru celebrates the language and embraces the vibrant Welsh language music scene.

Free-to-attend gigs will run across England and Wales. There will also be several special releases from Welsh language artists on the day.