get a good P&S camera
The Fujifilm f30 was often purchased for it's low light performance, and none of those cameras have particularly good low light performance.
There's 2 elements to low light performance:
None of those choices have a particularly good lens for low light.
3 months ago, the immediate response to a f30 replacement was the Canon s100. It's still the only camera that's the same size, and it's f2.0 lens is 1 "stop" better than the f30's f2.8 for low light.
Right now, if you can go a little bigger -
The Sony rx100 has similar lens specs but a sensor that's twice as big as the s100, and the rx100 is also a faster more responsive camera (autofocus, menus, etc). If you're taking pics indoors, this is the best currently available for it's size and price.
Panasonic has also announced the Panasonic lx7, which has a better lens than the s100 (f1.4, which is 1 "stop" better than f2.0) but not as big of a sensor as the rx100. The lx7 is also about bigger than the rx100, it's about the same size as the xz-1 in the comparison pic.
Zoom and low light performance don't go together, unfortunately. You can get 10x zoom - but you give up low light performance from the lens to do it. I personally take far more pics in indoor lighting than I would with a superzoom, so I've always gone (and been happier with) the better low light cameras with a shorter zoom.