IAC Stage / Film Programmes

Ninja Academy

The Radiant Theatre

The Radiant Theatre
MUSIC, DANCE, ACTION and MAGIC all rolled into one exhilarating family drama
The latest knock-out tale from The Radiant Theatre following 39 full-house shows of Ballaw Man, Fruit Punch Army and Magic Tofu Flower

Famous Ninja Academy takes youngsters from kindergarten to university, and its graduates all become big bosses and principals. For newly enrolled Kojiro and his kindergarten classmates, just settling into school life is challenging enough, not to mention learning how to become skilful ninjas. But even tougher tasks lie ahead when a powerful baddie infiltrates the Academy and all their teachers and senior students go missing! Can Kojiro and his friends finally rescue their school? Will they manage to join forces and save the day?

Director German Cheung
Playwright /
Main Actor
Eric Tang
Composer Michael Tang
Lyricist Carmen Mok
Main Actor Toby Au, Musette Tsang, Ma Ka-yee, Peter Chan, Steve Ng, Margaret Cheung

Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre
  • Additional Performance
    23.7 (Thu)
  • 24-26.7 (Fri - Sun)
  • 25-26.7 (Sat - Sun)
$200, $160, $120*
* Some seats may have a restricted view

Additional performance is presented by The Radiant Theatre. Venue and ticketing services are sponsored by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

  • Musical Theatre
  • Approx. 1 hour 45 minutes with an intermission of 15 minutes
  • Best for ages 3 and above
    (Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted)

Friendly Reminder

Design : ShammerCS
The Radiant Theatre is a Venue Partner of Sha Tin Town Hall

Artist Website : http://www.the-radiant.com/
Artist Facebook: https://zh-tw.facebook.com/the.radiant.theatre

Talks for Parents


To add to Ninja Academy’s insights on teaching the very young, an experienced early childhood educator will also give two free talks about the concepts and importance of play. Parents are welcome to share their views on raising the next generation.

Sport, Play and Improved Learning

Exercise is crucial to children’s health and, as studies have shown, can also be beneficial for learning. Find out how play can help make sport a regular part of a youngster’s routine.

Hong Kong City Hall Recital Hall
  • 4.7 (Sat)
Free admission

Building a Healthy Attitude through Play

Discover how play can assist today’s sheltered children in developing initiative, taking care of themselves and even volunteering to do household chores!

Hong Kong City Hall Recital Hall
  • 4.7 (Sat)
Free admission

Dr Winnie Wong, Ed.D., UNI; M.A., UNI; B.S.W., HKPU

Dr. Wong holds an Ed.D. and Master’s degree in Leisure, Youth and Human Services Administration from the University of Northern Iowa. She has taught at several universities in Hong Kong and published numerous books about play as a means of recreation, education and counselling.

Friendly Reminder

  • Quota per session: 60
  • Seat Reservation: Please call 2370 1044 during office hours between 15 May and 30 June for seat reservation. First-come-first-served.
  • In Cantonese