Slade on Stage was a live album by the British rock group Slade. It was recorded at Newcastle City Hall in 1981. It was released December 11, 1982 and reached number 58 in the UK charts. Their last live album had gone nowhere and although this one wasn't a massive seller, it did show the quality in their live performance.
After Slade's return to the charts and public eye by their performance at the Reading Festival of 1980, the band released two studio albums and gained more commercial success. The band again decided to release a live album. The album was recorded at Newcastle City Hall on the RAK mobile and released in December 1982. The release proved Slade were still an respectable live act. The band could now base their set list upon new anthems such as Rock 'n' Roll Preacher (which replaced their longtime openers Hear Me Calling and Dizzy Mama), plus newer songs like Lock Up Your Daughters, When I'm Dancin' I Ain't Fightin' and 1981 top 10 hit We'll Bring the House Down as well as older hits such as Take Me Bak 'Ome, Everyday, Gudbuy T' Jane and Mama Weer All Crazee Now.