Sadé Alleyne formally trained as an athlete for Enfield and Haringey. Her first experience of dance was with Hip Hop companies Boy Blue Entertainment and Dance 2Xcess. Sadé trained at the BRITS School (London 2004) and at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (Leeds 2008). Since graduating Sadé has worked with Tavaziva Dance, IJAD Dance and Vocab Dance Company, both UK and international performances. Sadé has worked as a Performer and Rehearsal Director for companies Ace Dance and Music (Birmingham) and State of Emergency (London) and worked with choreographers Vincent Manso, Luyanda Sidiya, Andlie Sotyia, Douglas Thorpe, Akiko Kitamura and Gregory Vuyani Maqoma.
She joined Akram Khan Company in 2012 on the tour of Vertical Road and performed with the Company at the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, and in the 2013 production of iTMOi. From 2014 she has been touring the remounted production of Kaash. Sadé also leads many workshops internationally as part of A.K.C.T. and is also a dancer of Antoine Marc’s Award Winning Independent Film Descent and the 2015 production EssE.
In 2014 Sadé and her sister Kristina launched ALLEYNE DANCE Company for Performance and Education. The Company has been involved with Dance Mission (San Francisco, USA), GLL Sportathon (London, UK), B40 Youth Group, Academy of Performing Arts (London, UK), CAT Schemes (London/ Nottingham/ Birmingham/ Manchester/ Leeds), Dance 4 (Nottingham, UK), The Bird College (London, UK), and will be returning to HJS Summer Intensive (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Impulstanz Festival 2016 (Vienna, Austria).