James reserves 25 seats for the opening night of Peter Pan, but they aren't yet filled as the last call is rung out. Just as Charles is about to insist that the seats be sold, James' guests arrive: a group of orphans who were late because they had to walk all the way to the theater. Also, the special performance of the play at the end of the film.
The play being put on in the middle of the Davies' home, with Emma being the first person to clap when the famous Clap Your Hands If You Believe scene happens.
Peter putting on a play for James and his mother. It's the first time he's done anything like that, and both the adults are happy he's having fun. Sadly, it doesn't end well when the mother's Incurable Cough of Death rears its head.